Vol. 4, No. 4, 1998 Page 6 |
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This issue marks the fourth year of Crime Times, and the anniversary of our first year of making all past issues available on the Internet at www.crime-times.org. When all issues are seen together, they make a profound statement about the critical importance of brain malfunction as causative of disordered behavior. The evidence is overwhelming.
Thanks to the work of Dr. Steve Edelson at the Center for the Study of Autism, who has constructed our web site, the Internet edition provides an array of aids to help you locate specific information:
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you'll quickly find at least 30 articles in which serotonin is mentioned. Each is linked to its sources.
- The "Title" index allows access to an article based on its heading.
- The "Author" index is the newest index and is first available with this issue. A linked line item comes up for each article or quote in which a selected author or researcher is mentioned.
- A list of "Related Articles" is provided at the end of an article and linked to articles previously published on the same subject.
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