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Focus

Our sophisticated, modern world is full of so many potential distractions – the latest augmented reality game, the newest song, the most perverse news story – that our ability...
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Cognition

The study of cognition as a branch of psychology is fairly new as compared to other branches of science. This mental skill and function is defined as the ways our brain goes...
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Mood

Why do people change moods? How is it related to our brain activity and status? The latest in genetic, imaging, and biochemical investigation are helping to find the answer....
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Oxytocin

Oxytocin is generated in the hypothalamus, and is released in the blood by the posterior pituitary gland, depending upon the electrical process of neurons in the hypothalamus....
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Acetylcholine

The body makes use of a number of neurotransmitters to broadcast signals from one cell to another – acetylcholine (ACh) is one of the richest and most abundant in the system....
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Acetyl-CoA

Acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-CoA) is an important biochemical, especially during the process of cellular respiration. This molecule is developed in the second phase of aerobic...
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MELATONIN

A hormone produced in the pineal gland of the brain, melatonin is one of the many organic compounds that helps manage your everyday sleep-wake intervals. First introduced in...
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Serotonin

Although neuroscience is still in its formative years, we can already relate lots of personal and internal experiences by just looking at research. As we pursue the...
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Dopamine

Dopamine, a neurotransmitter locally produced in the brain, performs numerous functions in both humans and animals alike. It is related to addiction, love, lust movement,...
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