High purpose, low execution

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (5):910-911 (1999)
In reasserting the primacy of the individual in biological analysis, Rose directs attention away from the crucial insights of the developmental/structuralist perspective that he advocates. In presenting his advocacy as a diatribe, he brings disrespect down upon that very tradition.
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