Skulls and Evolution

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  Today’s New York Times featured a fascinating article about animal skulls and how their design      protects the brain. Since the human brain is enclosed is a fairly unforgiving skull, I was intrigued to read how the skulls of some animals protect their brains from injury. I thought that readers of NeuroBlog might enjoy this article.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/02/science/skulls-engineered-to-take-hard-knocks.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=edit_th_20121002

About Rolf Gainer Ph.D.

Dr. Rolf Gainer is the founder of the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma as well as the Neurological Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario, in Toronto, Canada. Dr. Gainer is a psychologist with more than twenty-five years of experience in the treatment and rehabilitation of individuals with brain injuries and a dual diagnosis. Dr. Gainer has designed and operated innovative rehabilitation programs in the United States and Canada for individuals who have been regarded as difficult to serve. He is currently involved in conducting two outcome studies related to the long-term issues faced by individuals with brain injuries and a dual diagnosis. He has presented papers throughout the United States and Canada in many professional conferences and educational forums.
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