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Physiologist built a brain scanner in 1882

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Angelo Mosso built a device that observed how the brain functioned by weighing a person's head.

Despite the general crudity of his contraption, Mosso's "human circulation balance" machine hit upon some key concepts in neurological science long before the rise of modern medicine.

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I suppose you have to start somewhere. It's actually a really good idea.

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A rudimentary almost clumsy start to the modern principles of today. They had to start somewhere. Actually quite interesting and somewhat logical they way they went about it.

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Really a brilliant concept. I wonder how he devised his theory to even suspect that the brain worked harder when stimulated.

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