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The Self

Edited by Edited by Joseph LeDoux (New York University, New York, NY), Jacek Debiec (New York University, New York, NY), and Henry Moss (New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY)
The Self

Published: November 2003

Volume 1001

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Each living creature exists as a unit, as self. Understanding the self, then, should be a major goal of scientific research. This volume takes stock of current understanding of the self and its relation to the brain, and considers future directions for scientific research in a multidisciplinary context.