Phases of Gage: After the Accident Years (2019)

Phases of Gage After the Accident Years An explosion in on the Rutland Burlington Railroad in Cavendish Vermont sends an iron rod through the skull of twenty five year old construction foreman Phineas Gage Hurled to the ground Ph
  • Title: Phases of Gage: After the Accident Years
  • Author: Lisa Redfern
  • ISBN: 0965599884
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • Phases of Gage: After the Accident Years
    An explosion, in 1848, on the Rutland Burlington Railroad in Cavendish, Vermont, sends an iron rod through the skull of twenty five year old construction foreman, Phineas Gage Hurled to the ground, Phineas convulses but remains conscious He says that he doesn t feel pain One of the great medical curiosities of all time.Phineas s accident may have been the firstAn explosion, in 1848, on the Rutland Burlington Railroad in Cavendish, Vermont, sends an iron rod through the skull of twenty five year old construction foreman, Phineas Gage Hurled to the ground, Phineas convulses but remains conscious He says that he doesn t feel pain One of the great medical curiosities of all time.Phineas s accident may have been the first to connect the study of the brain with human personality.In Phases of Gage After the Accident Years, snapshots of the Gage family illustrate how they cope Phineas s recovery, emigrate with him out west, and are reunited with him after a lengthy absence.Phineas himself, his younger sister Phoebe and Phoebe s husband David, tell the story of the triumphs and challenges of life after a traumatic injury.The premise of this novella is fiction however, it is based on known facts at the time of writing.
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    1. I had first learned of Phineas in an abnormal psych class in college years ago Some very basic info was taught about the frontal lobe s role in feelings and behavior It was rather dry at the time, not really connecting the man himself to the clinical aspect Using the scant known facts about Phineas, Lisa has brilliantly filled in the unknown with her imagination and brought to life the remarkable story of a man who survived a seemingly unsurvivable traumatic brain and skull injury in 1848 I d li [...]

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