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Robert Sapolsky is professor of biology, neurology and neurosurgery at Stanford University, and a research associate at the National Museums of Kenya.

Robert Sapolsky

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  • Stanford University
Robert Sapolsky is professor of biology, neurology, and neurosurgery at Stanford University, and a research associate at the National Museums of Kenya.  He studies the neurobiology of stress in both the laboratory and the field, and is the author of "Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers: A Guide to Stress, Stress-Related Diseases and Coping."

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Source: Society for Neuroscience
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