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Glasnik Antropološkog društva Srbije
2015, br. 50, str. 115-124
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/gads1550115C
Rukost
aOŠ ,,Sreten Mladenović Mika' Niš
bUniverzitet u Nišu, Prirodno-matematički fakultet
cUniverzitet u Nišu, Medicinski fakultet

Projekat

Virtuelni koštano zglobni sistem čoveka i njegova primena u pretkliničkoj i kliničkoj praksi (MPNTR - 41017)

Sažetak

Rukost se definiše kao sposobnost korišćenja određene ruke za izvođenje finih, preciznih radnji, ne samo kao dominacija leve/desne ruke u odnosu na pisanje. Na to ukazuje činjenica da se dominacija određene ruke javlja još u preistorijsko vreme. Rukost se, sa evolucionog stanovišta, posmatra i kao osobina koja je u korelaciji sa razvojem sposobnosti govora, a time i kao osobina koja je u vezi sa cerebralnom lateralizacijom. Međutim, često se sa rukošću povezuju i razni kognitivni poremećaji. Uticaj nasleđa i uticaj sredine podjednako su značajni za razvoj rukosti, mada upravo njihov zajednički uticaj onemogućava da se nedvosmisleno odredi mehanizam razvoja određenog tipa rukosti.

Ključne reči

rukost; evolucija rukosti; genetika rukosti

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