Shameemah Abrahams

Neurologica – disorders of the dream world, Winter 2014

MAS Ahmed & Ridhwan Bin Hassan

Epilepsy: from the early civilizations to modern days, Spring 2014

David J. Bradbury-Squires

Persistent-Post-Concussion-Syndrome, Spring 2016

Bindu Desai

How will I change three buses to get to that hospital?, Spring 2014

Colleen Donnelly

Oliver Sacks and seeing beyond synecdoche, Fall 2015

George Dunea

Giddiness, Winter 2013

Dementia paralytica, Summer 2013

A corpse with living eyes, Winter 2012

Charcot and his “grandes hysteriques”, Winter 2013

Joseph Babinski of the Babinski Sign, Spring 2017

Moritz Romberg, Spring 2017

James L. Franklin

Revisiting a medical classic, Spring 2012

Jaleed Ahmed Gilani

The human brain: writer of our stories, Winter 2018 new

Frederic Gilbert & Alexandre Wenger

Reading in the brain, Spring 2010

Paula Hellal

Language difficulties in the child patient in Victorian Britain, Winter 2014

Christopher C. Hemond

On not remembering faces, Winter 2012

Rayda Aaishah Joomun

Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, Winter 2018 new

Sylvia Karasu

“I shouldn’t know you again if we did meet:” Prosopagnosia, Fall 2017

Anika Khan

Locked-in syndrome: inside the cocoon, Spring 2017

Bo Laestadius

Pascal’s disease, Winter 2016

Catherine Lanser

Discovering migraines, Fall 2017

Michael McColly

The brain is wider than the sky: integrating insights of neuroscience with Hatha Yoga, Fall 2009

Gianfranco Natale & Paola Lenz

Pacini’s corpuscles and occult sciences, Spring 2014

JMS Pearce

Evolution from recapitulation theory to Neural Darwinism, Spring 2010

Brent da Silva Russell

Somnambulance and other surprises, Winter 2018 new

Terri Sinnott

A legacy of pain: heredity and migraines, Fall 2014

Irene Switankowsky

PDF Document Emotional Competence as a Way of Disease Prevention, Winter 2008

Isuri Upeksha Wimalasiri

Left-handedness: is it the winner’s curse?, Fall 2017