Over the past two decades, social neuroscience emerged as a field ranging from physicists to psychologists, epidemiologists to neurologists, philosophers to neurobiologists, and entomologists to zoologists, that have begun to work together in interdisciplinary teams using animal models, patient studies, and research on normal individuals to investigate the biological mechanisms underlying social interactions. Some neuroscientists describe this emerging field as addressing one of the major problems for the neurosciences in the 21st century. Large interdisciplinary teams are now the rule. The obstacles of geographic and disciplinary boundaries among scientists are really diminishing.
What other fields should go multidisciplinary? …or, what fields have ??