Talk:Transverse temporal gyrus

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Size of Heschl’s Gyrus predictive of language learning ability?[edit]

Interestingly: “We found that the size of left HG, but not right HG, made the difference,” said Northwestern’s Catherine Warrier... [1] I wrote a note saying it would be interesting to see a study with handedness as a factor. Brian Pearson 02:21, 26 July 2007 (UTC)