ROBERT A. COHEN, M.D.; RICHARD J. WURTMAN, M.D.; JULIUS AXELROD, PH.D.; SOLOMON H. SNYDER, M.D.
Dr. Robert A. Cohen: On previous occasions when our Institute has had the responsibility for presenting one of these Combined Clinical Conferences I have considered it almost an obligation to choose for presentation those ongoing studies that are concerned at least in part with psychosocial aspects of behavior, since ours is the only program at NIH where the social and behavioral sciences are strongly represented. It is obvious, of course, that a fundamental understanding of behavior demands a theory that combines knowledge gained from such studies with that derived from a precise understanding of the biological processes and structures that
COHEN RA, WURTMAN RJ, AXELROD J, et al. Some Clinical, Biochemical, and Physiological Actions of the Pineal Gland: Combined Clinical Staff Conference at the National Institutes of Health. Ann Intern Med. 1964;61:1144–1161. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-61-6-1144
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