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One recent assertion of this claim was on the six-part PBS series “The Brain.”. For example, the series explored how the brain of the late great scientist Albert Einstein differed from a “normal” human brain. The viewer is shown an area at the back of the lower right side of Einstein’s brain. Rather than a “knob” of normal size, this area was markedly enlarged. The program’s narrator, David Eagleman, points out that the same formation exists in the brains of other right-handed people who practiced intensely on the violin as children. These enlargements are not seen in the brains of people who lacked musical training.
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