A History of the Brain

A History of the Brain

A journey through 5,000 years of our understanding of the most complex thing in the known universe. Moving from Neolithic times to the present day, Dr Geoff Bunn reviews the many and varied ideas about what the brain is for and how it fulfils its functions

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