In article <3117860D.2781 at psy.ox.ac.uk>, "Simon R. Schultz" <simon.schultz at psy.ox.ac.uk> writes:
|> There is room for specialisation in neuroscience, and there's plenty of room
|> for those who specialise in theoretical analysis -- if these people (such as
|> myself) spent 2/3 of every day running recordings, they simply wouldn't have
|> time to develop their theoretical skills sufficiently.
|> On the other hand, the physiology (and anatomy) *is* fundamental. Lets have no
|> On the other hand, there isn't always an advantage to detailed (e.g.
With 3 hands, you should be able to work 50% faster than anyone else...