"Who Is You?"

What happens when your brain is cut in half


Mon, Jun 6th, 2016 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

When the corpus callosum connecting the two hemisphere of the brain is cut as a last resort to treat refractory epilepsy, the results leaves the patient having two different, separate reactions to the same stimuli, leaving one to wonder who you really is.



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