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Leo Zed
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  • That's serotonin, right? (Not going to lie, I had to look it up).
    Leo Zed
    Leo Zed
    Exactly. I’m glad someone noticed. I had to pick a neurotransmitter. I think indole derivatives are the most fascinating in terms of brain chemistry. I’m not a neuropharmacologist, but I picked up a little here and there.
    Stuttermabolur
    Stuttermabolur
    I took biological psychology back in college, and I found it a fascinating subject. I was seriously considering studying psychology in university, but I'm glad I didn't as everyone I have spoken to says that the psychology department there is terrible. I'm really interested in the cell biology and clustering in the brain, but of course that is intimately linked to the chemical signals.
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