Are you saying that individuals are not able to match the gap of knowledge between them?
Every researcher has their own kind of background, which is in essence a bias, right? So if you're a medical doctor or a psychiatrist, you might know a lot about serotonin in terms of what are called SSRIs, so something like any of the anti-depressants that are in use right now for the most part are SSRIs, which is a Selective Serotonin Uptake Inhibitor, and that's just a class of drugs, and so psychiatrists know about serotonin from that angle, and neuroscientists know about it from, you know, they might have done like very low-level research, trying to figure out how serotonin affects the cell property of neurons, the firing properties. But that doesn't necessarily mean that you can bridge that gap, that psychiatrists don't really know what its low-level actions are, and the people that are doing basic physiology studies of neurons don't really know what the behavioural level of stuff is, and so it's not any kind of overt or intent, a bias of intent or anything like that, it's just a bias based on training, and so, in order to try and bridge that gap and bring all the information together, you're going to need, I think, some kind of tool to do it for you.
Loading more stuff…
Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?