Glasgow Skeptics: “What Phrenology Teaches Us About Ourselves”

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Kirstin Leslie

Kirstin Leslie

Kirstin is a Public Health PhD student at the University of Glasgow with an interest in science communication and a love of writing (which will hopefully not be destroyed by writing up her thesis!).

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  1. Abram Wash says:

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  2. stupid person says:

    “And regrettably, phrenology is not an idea that has completely gone away. ”

    ” just with letters after their name and an inflated sense of their own opinion.”

    you mean like a PHD student ? well ok .

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