Saturday, June 21, 2008

New Fndings about the location of Sarcasm

There was nothing very interesting in Katherine P. Rankin’s study of sarcasm — at least, nothing worth your important time. All she did was use an M.R.I. to find the place in the brain where the ability to detect sarcasm resides. But then, you probably already knew it was in the right parahippocampal gyrus.

Katherine P. Rankin, a Neuropsychologist, Studies Sarcasm -

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