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The "Science" of Skull Bumps

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science of skull bumps
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The "Science" of Skull Bumps
  1. in the 1800s, Marmaduke B. Sampson wrote an account to explain why crime happens
    1. according to him, the behavior of "S.S." was the direct result of the shape of his head
    2. Phrenology is the practice of examining bumps on a person's skull to determine that person's intellect and character traits
      1. Phrenology may have inspired scientists to consider the brain as responsible for human behavior
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