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AbstractHemispheric asymmetries are a central principle of nervous system architecture and shape the functional organization of most cognitive systems. Structural gray matter asymmetries and callosal interactions have been identified as contributing neural factors but always fell short to constitute a full explanans. Meanwhile, recent advances indoi:10.1515/revneuro-2015-0052 pmid:26812865 fatcat:d2ovgknarrfupdumjgttjorgxy