The crimes against dopamine
Mark Humphries

The more we know about dopamine and its neighborhood, the systems of the brain, we are able to build more accurate computer models, which help support additional research… Nice trend. Imagine a day where this trend results in an accurate computer model. Excuse my oversimplified analogy, like spreadsheet model, a computer model of a brain just might, many years in the future, be able to be refined enough to actually model someone specific, yet a model is only a model, yet useful for things like predictive analysis. Many years from now, yet, consider the path we are on.

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