Facial Asymmetry in Gorillas Can Be a Sign of Stress | Inside Higher Ed


Stress in childhood can alter the form of your face. In at this time’s Educational Minute, a part of SUNY Oneonta Week, Kate McGrath discusses why. McGrath is an assistant professor of organic anthropology at Oneonta, a part of the State College of New York system. A transcript of this podcast may be discovered here.


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