Told you I’d post again this week! Didn’t I? How many of you didn’t believe me? I’m currently sat at Abergele and Pensarn on a train, en route to Manchester, going to visit family for the weekend and I’m making sure that I type this out now while I’m not extremely busy. 1,111 more words
Tags » Neuropsychology
Much evidence has associated dopamine with the brain’s reward system. For this reason, dopamine has been called the “feel good” or pleasure chemical. Stimulation of the neurotransmitter, dopamine, makes us feel good.