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Neuroscientists Can Stumble When They Make Conclusions from Examining Single Patients

Trepinated skull of Phineas Gage Our current understanding of how the brain works often borrows from observations of the anomalous patient.

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Neuroscientists Can Stumble When They Make Conclusions from Examining Single Patients

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