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Tales from the Brain

March 18, 2011

Tales from the Brain
Drawing on strange and thought-provoking case studies, eminent neurologist V. S. Ramachandran offers unprecedented insight into the evolution of the uniquely human brain in his new book, The Tell-Tale Brain.

Ramachandran spoke at the Academy in February 2011, and now we're bringing you some of his most telling tales of the abnormal brain in this edition of our monthly podcast. Download the full lecture here.