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Book review: A Hole in the Head, by Charles G. Gross

Gross is a neuroscientist with a long-standing interest in the history of his subject. He has previously published Brain, Vision, Memory, to which the present book is a sequel, although it repeats quite a lot of what was in the previous volume. All the chapters are reprints of articles that have earlier appeared in journals but most contain postscripts that bring them up to date. The book has three sections: early neuroscience and its reverberations today, neuroscience and art, and scientists who were "before their time". [More]

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