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- Robert Sapolsky Neurobiologist; Professor of Biology and Neurology, Stanford University; Research Associate, the Institute of Primate Research, National Museum of Kenya; and author, "Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers" (Owl/Henry Holt)
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