What was known about the workings of the brain and nervous system by the late 19th century?
19th Century Neuroscience:
Knowledge of the brain and nervous system has changed considerably throughout history. For much of human history, people believed the brain to be mere protective sponge.
Answer and Explanation:
By the late nineteenth century, scientists had discovered that electricity is important to the nervous system, and that the brain was responsible for...
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The human brain is divided into several regions that are allocated for a specific cognitive function. Learn about the brain and its structure, and understand the different functions of the hindbrain, midbrain, and forebrain.