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Title Brain Sorting
Author Stead, Eugene A.
Summary The thesis of this booklet is that doctors who know that behavior is a function of the brain can sort brains into useful categories by careful observation. The appreciation that similarities and differences in the structure of brains can be determined by noninvasive testing opens up wide areas where the doctor can be useful.
Item Location Johns Creek Office
Notes This essay was the first of a series of occasional papers jointly sponsored by the Irwin A. Brody Memorial Fund and the History of Medicine program at Duke University Medical Center.
Subjects Brain Mapping.
Published Date l983
Series Reading[s] and Perspectives in Medicine, Booklet No. 8
Object Name Booklet