As early as the beginnings of rational medicine, people have sought connections between brain and behavior. The Edwin Smith surgical papyrus of about 1700 BC, itself a copy of a much older document, suggested that human behavior anomalies such as aphasia, paralysis, and seizures are functions of the brain. Phrenology and its excesses in the 1800s grew out… (More)
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