In 1845, an iron rod pierced railroad construction foreman Phineas Gage’s brain, changing neuroscience forever. Now, more than 150 years later, neuroscientists have created a diagram of Gage’s brain, figuring out just which connections were changed by his accident.
May 21, 2012
Researchers map Phineas Gage’s brain
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