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Macromolecules and behavior

, : Macromolecules and behavior. Macromolecules and behavior ix+197p Illus

This volume, the first of a series to be published dealing specifically with the biological and physical bases of behavior, presents the current research and trends in an interdisciplinary area which is called "molecular psychology". The rapid developments in molecular biology in recent years have influenced the thinking oi numerous behavioral scientists and in turn have introduced molecular biologists to an active role in determining the mechanisms whereby organisms record and store information relative to their life experiences. Abstracts of the 11 papers in this volume will appear in appropriate sections of BIOLOGICAL

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