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The belief, first proposed in the eighteenth century, that
intellectual abilities could be divined by studying bumps found on
the skull. The assumption was that particular areas of the BRAIN
dealt with particular abilities and that the larger the area (and
therefore the larger the bump on the skull surrounding it) the greater
the ability. Phrenology is now regarded as pseudo-scientific, though
it did help establish the link between brain and BEHAVIOUR.

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