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  • n. The study of the nervous systems of extinct animals


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  • Her pioneering work in paleoneurology, the study of fossil brains, established her international reputation as the outstanding woman in her field.

    Tilly Edinger.

  • "Clinical paleoneurology is possible in the absence of a living nervous system."

    The Eyes Have It

  • While conceding that the speciality of clinical paleoneurology is "almost non-existent," an international neuroscience research group has made a brave first step into the ancient world with an analysis of about 200 Roman mummy portraits.

    The Eyes Have It

  • Ms. Begley tells us that "paleoneurology is documenting when structures that power the human mind arose, shedding light on how our ancestors lived and thought."

    Evolution News & Views

  • The Evolution Revolution, "is about evolutionary paleoneurology.

    Evolution News & Views


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