Genetics: Introduction | Psychiatric Genetics: Aims and Methods | Problems of Diagnosis and Classification
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Most important discoveries are usually not solved
in one "Eureka" moment, as movie scripts sometimes
suggest, . . . but require scientists to make not one, but a number
of original discoveries and to persist in pursuing them until a
discovery is complete.