Thursday, February 25, 2016

Neurochemical in Focus - Dopamine




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(1) Contrary to the belief of some (or many, who knows), I do not randomly make this up. I have very solid and world renowned go-to sources for everything I write, and I am merely taking their findings and reporting it to you, the reader, often in very similar ways to how they explain their experiments and findings. 

(2) In a future more academic version of the posts of this blog, I will include many more source citations for segments like this. 

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