Fifteen years have passed since the first volume on developmental psychobiology ([Blass, 1986]) appeared in this series and 13 since the publication of the second volume ([Blass, 1988]). These volumes documented the status of the broad domain of scientific inquiry called developmental psychobiology and were also written with an eye to the future. The future has been revolutionary in at least three ways
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