The book I believe is called Phantoms in the Brain, it's another must read
for arm chair neuroanatomy, neuropsych folks. It's deep though.
Beth the OT
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Subject: Re: Book Review
In a message dated 9/7/01 2:46:24 PM, [log in to unmask] writes:
<< So, do you agree with the essence of what the good doctor is saying
vis-a-vis the somatic origins of emotion, etc.?
Yes I do. There were a couple of guys in Houston, as a matter of fact, who
wrote a book on the physical origins of our body image. The used amputees
phantom feeling(pain) as the basis of their work. What this guy is saying is
not all that different from what they proposed in the '60's. Fisher &
Cleveland are the guys names.
Hey, maybe you're kin to one of them, lol.