Finally, we shall note a number of fairly urgent problems which have emerged from our extensive investigations of nervous system properties in man. The material presented in this volume suggests that the growth of our knowledge about the nature and dynamics of basic nervous system properties has increased rather than diminished the number of unresolved problems. Such an outcome is normal enough. The constant widening and deepening of the universe of scientific discourse inevitably creates uncertainty, particularly in the initial stages, and leads to the identification of an ever-increasing number and range of problems.
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