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‘Feel good’ brain messenger can be willfully controlled, new study reveals: Neuroscientists show that mice can learn to manipulate random dopamine impulses for reward – Science Daily

Researchers have discovered that spontaneous impulses of dopamine, the neurological messenger known as the brain’s ‘feel good’…

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From the thrill of hearing an ice cream truck approaching to the spikes of pleasure while sipping a fine wine, the neurological messenger known as dopamine has been popularly described as the brain’s “feel good” chemical related to reward and pleasure.A…

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