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Re: In some circumstances

Posted by linkadge on July 15, 2005, at 17:20:40

In reply to Re: In some circumstances, posted by rjlockhart98 on July 15, 2005, at 16:59:31

It depends on the brain region. Some neuroleptics are more selective than others, and have the ability to more selectivy decrease dopamine in the desired region. So the neurolecptic would not completely negate the effects of the stimulant.

As far as the frontal cortex goes, yes it is possable with certain brain immaing techniques to see how the frontal cortex is behaving.

Doctors won't do this though. They're too lazy, and they thing that they can tell whats going on inside the brain purely from your behavior.





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