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Physiological Psychology: A Crossroad in Neurobiology

  • Eliot Stellar

Abstract

In a rapidly developing interdisciplinary field, it is the good fortune of a few scientists to stand at the crossroad. In that position one has the opportunity to become a point of intersection for the older generation of scientists, representing the classical disciplines, and the younger generation of one’s own students, representing the new interdisciplinary field.

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Physiological Psychology Pattern Discrimination Brightness Discrimination Young Colleague Interocular Transfer 
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