Autism, Intelligence and Left-Handedness

20 March 2005
Presented by Chris Smith.

For Brain Awareness Week, Chris McManus talks about left handedness and why the two halves of the brain are different, Simon Baron Cohen describes autism and synaesthesia, a disease where people smell colours and taste shapes, Seth Grant discusses whether genes make us intelligent, plus Phillipa Law stews over Brownian Motion and the science in a cup of tea, and the Naked Scientists join the fun at the Cambridge Science Festival.

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