Uner Tan

Uner Tan (Turkish: √úner Tan) (born May 1, 1937) is a Turkish neuroscientist and evolutionary biologist. He is best known for his discovery and study of the human quadrupedal condition he named the Uner Tan syndrome. He taught at Cukurova University until his retirement in 2004 and had previously taught at several other institutions.

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Uner Tan Syndrome
... Tan is best known for his proposal of the Uner Tan syndrome, a condition in which subjects walk quadrupedal gait and primitive cognition including speech and intelligence with no conscious experience ... Since his study of the Ulas family, Tan has studied the Uner Tan syndrome in several other families ...