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Faculty and Staff Profile

Claudio Cantalupo

Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Office: 410-D Brackett hall
Phone: 864-656-4978
Fax: 864-656-0358
Email: CCANTAL@clemson.edu
 

 Educational Background

Ph.D. Biopsychology
The University of Memphis 2000

MS Experimental Psychology
The University of Memphis 1998

BS Psychology
University of Padua (Italy) 1994

 Courses Taught

Physiological Psychology
Brain and behavior
Sensation and Perception
Brain Imaging (CI course)
Neuropsychology of Music
Comparative Psychology

 Research Publications

Hopkins, W. D., & Cantalupo, C. (2008). Theoretical speculations on the evolutionary origins of hemispheric specialization. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 17, 233-237.

Cantalupo, C., Freeman H., Rodes, W., & Hopkins, W.D. (2008). Handedness for tool use correlates with cerebellar asymmetries in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Behavioral Neuroscience, 122, 191-198.

Cantalupo C., Oliver J., Smith, J., Nir, T., Taglialatela, J., and Hopkins, W.D. (2009). The chimpanzee brain shows human-like perisylvian asymmetries in white matter. European Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 431-438.

Hopkins, W. D., Lyn, H., & Cantalupo, C. (2009). A Preliminary Study of Volumetric and Lateralized Differences in the Brains of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and Bonobos (Pan paniscus). American Journal of Primatology.

Hopkins, W.D., & Cantalupo, C. (2010). Left-right spatial discrimination and the evolution of hemispheric specialization: some new thoughts on some old ideas. In: F. Dolins & B. Mitchell (Eds.), Spatial Perception, Spatial Cognition: Mapping the Self and Space. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Cantalupo, C. & Hopkins, WD (2010). The cerebellum and its contribution to complex tasks in higher primates: a comparative perspective. Cortex, 46, 821 – 830.

 Links

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