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Human Cerebrum

Human Cerebrum

Studies concerning the origin of intelligence have been ongoing for thousands of years, some ancient philosophers, such as Aristotle and Homer, believing that the intellect was seated in the heart. Major insight into the physiological workings of the brain, however, did not evolve until 1791 when Luigi Galvani demonstrated that electricity existed inside brain cells, a feat that inspired a tremendous outpouring of public interest, as well as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

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