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MIT Challenges New York Times Over Book On Famous Brain Patient

The MIT brain sciences department and, separately, a group of some 200 neuroscientists from around the world have written letters to The NY Times claiming that a book excerpt in the newspaper’s Sunday magazine this week contains important errors, misinterpretations of scientific disputes, and unfair characterizations of an MIT neuroscientist who did groundbreaking research on human memory

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