Don't be afraid to check these out!
NEJM review artApril 25, 1996 -- Volume 334, Number 17
Complex and Hidden Brain in Gut Makes Stomachaches and Butterflies, Sandra Blakeslee, The New York Times 1/23/96, p. C1.
Designing the Ultimate Thrill Machine, Michael Valenti, Mechanical Engineering, 8/95, pp. 70-78.
Facing Real Fears in a Virtual World, Mark Hodges, Technology Review, May-June, 1996.
Killer Rides, Ronnie Polaneczky, Redbook, 8/96, p. 102 ff.
Mechanisms of Disease: The Enteric Nervous System, Raj K. Goyal, Ikuo Hirano, New England Journal of Medicine, 4/25/96, Volume 334, Number 17.
The Moral Animal, Robert Wright, Pantheon Books, New York, 1994 (on the new field of evolutionary psychology).
Up from Gorilla Land: The Hidden Logic of Love and Lust, Robert Wright, Psychology Today, March-April/95, pp. 26-29.
Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine, Randolph Nesse and George Williams, Times Books (Random House), New York, 1994.
There is nothing to fear when you are surfing
The Why Files covered fearful monkeys.
Go rolling with the European Coaster Club.
These folks study the enteric nervous system.
More on the science of love.
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