Psychology 202 Test 1
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Excitatory. Effects your levels of arousal, attention, memory, motivation, and movement.
Too much Acetylcholine
Creates spasms or tremors
Too little Acetylcholine
Inhibitory. It inhibits your emotions.
Too much Dopamine
It would make you not feel any emotions, and could cause Parka sins disease, and schizophrenia.
Too little Dopamine
It may give you too much emotion.
Inhibitory. It inhibits all activities and allows your activities to slow down and stop. Deals with eating and emotional behavior
Too much Serotonin
Sleep all the time
Too little Serotonin
Makes you not sleep
Inhibit the transmission of pain messages.
(like running a marathon)
Excitatory. affects arousal, how awake you are, learning memory, and moods.
A drug that inhibits your neurons from firing
Speeds up the release of neurotransmitter
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