"Richard S. Norman" wrote:
> >I was looking for information regarding neurological research regarding
> >instincts, access to large quantities of the detailed information from
> >the research and a chance to inspire properly educated people with
> >details of the specific practical fenomena.
>> Then what you want to start with is texts on behavioral biology or
> behavioral neurobiology or animal behavior. You can also search
> for "instinctive behavior" on www.google.com for general types
> of information or for the same (or related keywrods) on the US
> National Library of Medicine (PubMed) at
Thank you for the information.
> Still, your request is far too general to be useful (that is why
> I suggest books rather than research papers) and your
> goal is certainly vague. What constitutes "proper education"
> and how can you "inspire" people about instincts?
By "proper education" I mean "actual education" --> "actual
neurologists" or whoever will be capable of creating a scientificaly
credible theory. By "inspire" I mean "give interesting details that will
result in the person thinking about it".
Don't feel bad about asking/telling me anything, I will always gladly
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