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Trailblazer Award

Trailblazer Award Nomination

Lesion Network Mapping

Scientific American

The imposter syndrome:

The Man Who Mistook His Wife for an Imposter

‘You’re Not My Wife, You’re an Impostor’

Love interrupted

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Lesions Connected to Two Brain Areas May Cause Delusional Misidentification

Lesion Network Analysis:

Do-it-yourself Brain Stimulation:


Can brain lesions contribute to criminal behavior?

Mapping brain lesions for clues to criminal behavior

Harvard researchers worked with colleagues to map brain lesions in 17 patients who exhibited criminal behavior after — but not before — the lesions appeared.



Harvard Scientists Think They’ve Pinpointed the Physical Source of Consciousness

Harvard May Have Pinpointed the Source of Human Consciousness

Harvard Researchers May Have Located the Source of Human Consciousness