Michael Corballis
Michael Corballis
Professor of Psychology, University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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The evolution of foresight: What is mental time travel, and is it unique to humans?
T Suddendorf, MC Corballis
Behavioral and brain sciences 30 (3), 299-313, 2007
21522007
Mental time travel and shaping of the human mind
T Suddendorf, DR Addis, MC Corballis
M. Bar, 344-354, 2011
18002011
Mental time travel and shaping of the human mind
T Suddendorf, DR Addis, MC Corballis
M. Bar, 344-354, 2011
18002011
Mental time travel and shaping of the human mind
T Suddendorf, DR Addis, MC Corballis
M. Bar, 344-354, 2011
18002011
9 From Hand to Mouth
MC Corballis
From Hand to Mouth, 184-212, 2020
15582020
Mental time travel and the evolution of the human mind.
T Suddendorf, MC Corballis
Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs 123 (2), 133-167, 1997
1527*1997
The lopsided ape: Evolution of the generative mind
MC Corballis
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1991
12121991
The psychology of left and right
MC Corballis, IL Beale
Routledge, 2020
8312020
From mouth to hand: gesture, speech, and the evolution of right-handedness
MC Corballis
Behavioral and brain sciences 26 (2), 199-208, 2003
7452003
On the biological basis of human laterality: I. Evidence for a maturational left–right gradient
MC Corballis, MJ Morgan
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1 (2), 261-269, 1978
5521978
The recursive mind
MC Corballis
The Recursive Mind, 2014
5302014
From manual gesture to speech: A gradual transition
M Gentilucci, MC Corballis
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 30 (7), 949-960, 2006
4822006
Human laterality
M Corballis
Elsevier, 2012
4722012
Mental time travel and the shaping of the human mind
T Suddendorf, DR Addis, MC Corballis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
4242009
Primate vocalization, gesture, and the evolution of human language
MA Arbib, K Liebal, S Pika
Current anthropology 49 (6), 1053-1076, 2008
3452008
Laterality and human evolution.
MC Corballis
Psychological review 96 (3), 492, 1989
3371989
On the evolution of language and generativity
MC Corballis
Cognition 44 (3), 197-226, 1992
3341992
Recognition of disoriented shapes.
MC Corballis
Psychological review 95 (1), 115, 1988
3321988
Beyond tests of significance: estimating strength of effects in selected ANOVA designs.
GM Vaughan, MC Corballis
Psychological bulletin 72 (3), 204, 1969
3321969
The Gestural Origins of Language: Human language may have evolved from manual gestures, which survive today as a" behavioral fossil" coupled to speech
MC Corballis
American Scientist 87 (2), 138-145, 1999
319*1999
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