Brain Myths From History

Ancient Egyptians believed the cardiocentric hypothesis, which stated that the heart was the seat of consciousness rather than the brain. Aristotle also favored the heart as the seat of consciousness over the brain.

Written by Curiosity Staff June 2, 2015

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