Shifting One's Worldview to Neurocentrism May Be Troubling, But the Evidence That This Is the Cause of Maladaptation in DBS Patients Is Lacking

@inproceedings{Byram2014ShiftingOW,
  title={Shifting One's Worldview to Neurocentrism May Be Troubling, But the Evidence That This Is the Cause of Maladaptation in DBS Patients Is Lacking},
  author={Adrian C. Byram and Peter Reiner},
  year={2014}
}
Shifting One's Worldview to Neurocentrism May Be Troubling, But the Evidence That This Is the Cause of Maladaptation in DBS Patients Is Lacking Adrian C. Byram & Peter B. Reiner To cite this article: Adrian C. Byram & Peter B. Reiner (2014) Shifting One's Worldview to Neurocentrism May Be Troubling, But the Evidence That This Is the Cause of Maladaptation in DBS Patients Is Lacking, A JOB Neuroscience, 5:4, 42-44, DOI: 10.1080/21507740.2014.953272 To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10… CONTINUE READING

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