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I would like to acknowledge and give thanks to the many students at Wesleyan University from 1971 through 1993 who worked with me on the brain mechanisms of aggressive behavior, as well as to Harry Sinnamon, my colleague throughout those years, whose suggestions were always helpful, including on the present review paper.
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