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Health :: News :: August 13, 2009 :: :: Email :: Print A pair of sunglasses wired to an electric "lollipop" helps the visually impaired regain optical sensations via a different pathway By Mandy Kendrick THE BRAINPORT Image: WICAB Neuroscientist Paul Bach-y-Rita hypothesized in the 1960s that "we see with our brains not our eyes."
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Principles of Neurotheology By Andrew B. Newberg Paperback, 284 pages Ashgate List price: $29.95 "Neurotheology" is a unique field of scholarship and investigation that seeks to understand the relationship specifically between the brain and theology, and more broadly between the mind and religion. As a topic, neurotheology has garnered substantial attention in the academic and lay communities in recent years.