Our behaviors, including our thoughts, sensations, emotions, remembering, and even our states of consciousness, are all a result of complex interactions between neurons distributed throughout our brain. These neurons form elaborate systems that communicate their activity by releasing small amounts of transmitter substances which act both on receiving neurons as well as on the neuron sending the message. In order for us to understand just how drugs act to treat certain psychological conditions, we must first understand the intricate and sometimes subtle ways in which neurons function to regulate our behaviors. We must also appreciate the complex systems of neurons within the brain that specialize in different functions including movement, emotions, learning and memory, and our motivational states

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psychopharmacologie 1



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