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Published on Jan 23, 2008
Episode two of a two-part BBC-4 special program hosted by neurologist V.S. Ramachandran that explains his key findings in certain instances of brain damage that have long been viewed as mere curiosities by the scientific community. This episode focuses on prosopagnosia, the Capgras delusion, and temporal lobe epilepsy.
My apologies for the audio being slightly off, the black bar at the bottom of the video, as well as the temporary video defects; this was the only copy of the video I could find.