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Molecular basis of some aspects of mental activity
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Smell is a very direct sense. In order for you to smell something, molecules from that thing have to make it to your nose. Everything you smell, therefore, is giving off molecules -- whether it is bread in the bakery, onions, perfume, a piece of fruit or whatever. Those molecules are generally light, volatile (easy to evaporate) chemicals that float through the air into your nose. Dean Hammer, molecular biologist at Oxford University National Cancer Institute, in , published the book The God Gene, where it is explained that the level of spirituality changes from one person to another according to the quantity of some chemical substances that are produced in our brain: dopamine and serotonin. These two hormones are.
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There have been profound changes in the landscape of. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: J L Gibbons. Title(s): Molecular basis of some aspects of mental activity; proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute held at Drammen, Norway, August Edited by Otto Walaas.
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When gene expression goes awry, disease ensues and often this disease is some Author: John R. Horton, Molly Gale, Qin Yan, Xiaodong Cheng. Some diseases may be more purely physiological in nature. "Certain disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and autism fit the biological model in a very clear-cut sense," says Richard McNally, PhD, a clinical psychologist at Harvard University and author of the book "What is Mental Illness?".
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Cell. 65(1): ().On this basis some argue that awareness per se doesn't exist. But careful introspection reveals that the objects of awareness — sensations, thoughts, memories, images and emotions — are constantly changing and superseding each other.
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