- This is an important source for the case of "the student with an IQ of 126 who gained a First-class degree in mathematics, is socially completely normal, but has virtually no brain".
- It is used by some who claim we have souls, and that this proves it!
- The solution to the conundrum appears to be that – in cases of hydrocephalus – it is the white matter that is lost, and that enough grey matter survives to allow cognition.
- There are also questions of how much function is provided – at least in part – by deep-brain rather than cortical structures, and – additionally – how plastic the brain is – and has to be – in the face of trauma – in particular, trauma that is gradual and incremental.
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