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astonishing hypothesis


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The name given in 1994 by the Nobel prizewinning English molecular biologist Francis H(arry) C(ompton) Crick (1916–2004) to the proposition that a person's mental experiences are entirely explained by the behaviour of neurons, glial cells, and the atoms, ions, and molecules that constitute and influence them.

Subjects: Psychology.


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