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In their landmark papers, both Kanner and Asperger employed a series of case histories to shape clinical insight into autistic disorders. This way of introducing, assessing and representing disorders(More)
Once the nucleotides adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine had lent their initials to the elements of the genetic code, the rest came naturally. These four letters form the ‘genetic alphabet’. Each(More)
people with intractable epilepsy were treated by surgically severing their corpus callosum, the nerve bundle that connects the left and right sides of the brain. In these ‘split-brain’ patients, each(More)