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- Alexander Forbes: Alexander Penrose Forbes, Scottish Episcopalian divine, was born at Edinburgh.
- Alexander Forbes was a late 16th century and early 17th century Scottish churchman. Born around 1564, he was the son of Helen Graham and her husband John Forbes of Ardmurdo.
- Alexander Forbes is an author.
- born in (133 years ago)
- died in (50 years ago)
- written works: "Northernmost Labrador, mapped from the air", "Quest for a northern air route"
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The neurophysiologist Alexander Forbes was at Harvard doing pioneering studies on brain evoked potentials and EEG in animals. The first human EEG recording laboratory was set up at Harvard, and Lindsley and other pioneering figures ...
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