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History of the Brain


Henry Head, a British neuroscientist, publishes Studies in Neurology.
In it, he disputes the prevailing theories about aphasia and argues that speech is not a localized function. He also conducts important studies with the Irish neurologist, Sir Gordon Holmes, on the neurophysiology of sensory perception in the cerebral cortex, focusing particularly on patients' spatial perceptions of their own bodies.

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