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Exploring the Musical Brain

Exploring the Musical Brain

Music may be even more ancient than the human race, over which it holds tremendous sway. Scientists are beginning to find out why

January 22, 2001 — Kristin Leutwyler

Language and the Brain

Aphasias are speech disorders caused by brain damage. The relations between these disorders and specific kinds of brain damage suggest a model of how the language areas of the human brain are organized

April 1, 1972 — Norman Geschwind

Specializations of the Human Brain

Certain higher faculties, such as language, depend on specialized regions in the human brain. On a larger scale the two cerebral hemispheres are specialized for different kinds of mental activity

September 1, 1979 — Norman Geschwind

Williams Syndrome and the Brain

To gain fresh insights into how the brain is organized, investigators are turning to a little known disorder

December 1, 1997 — Howard M. Lenhoff, Paul P. Wang, Frank Greenberg and Ursula Bellugi
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