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Gall, Spurzheim, and the Phrenological Movement: Insights and Perspectives. (/isis/citation/CBB776528929/) unapi

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“The Sleeping Beauty of the Brain”: Memory, MIT, Montreal, and the Origins of Neuroscience. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 22-44). (/isis/citation/CBB395383059/) unapi

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Bodies of Knowledge: Medicine, Memory, and Enhancement in Medieval Islam. (/isis/citation/CBB512664986/) unapi

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Nervous Fictions: Literary Form and the Enlightenment Origins of Neuroscience. (/isis/citation/CBB071588274/) unapi

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