By NOFX, Jeff Alulis
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Early neurologists were fascinated by the observation that some patients with severe expressive aphasia were able to sing the text of songs. This observation became a theme in nineteenthcentury neurology literature that was discussed by some of the most prominent neurologists at the time, including John Hughlings Jackson and Jean-Baptiste Bouillaud. Introduction A lthough music has been used as a tool to study the human brain for centuries, very little has been written about how an interest in studying music in neurologic patients emerged.