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Biogenic amines and emotion

Science

Apr 7, 1967

Joseph J Schildkraut, S S Kety

PMID: 5335690

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The studies discussed here have shown a fairly consistent relationship between the effects of drugs on biogenic amines, particularly norepinephrine, and affective or behavioral states. Those drugs which cause depletion and inactivation of norepinephrine centrally produce sedation or dep...read more

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Biogenic amines and emotion

Science

Apr 7, 1967

Joseph J Schildkraut, S S Kety

PMID: 5335690

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Abstract

The studies discussed here have shown a fairly consistent relationship between the effects of drugs on biogenic amines, particularly norepinephrine, and affective or behavioral states. Those drugs which cause depletion and inactivation of norepinephrine centrally produce sedation or dep...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Manic Disorder
Brain
Dopamine Beta Hydroxylase Deficiency
Thymoleptics
Mood Disorders
52

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