The crimes against dopamine
Mark Humphries

“Dopamine neurons do not fire when you get something good. They fire when you get something unexpected. And they sulk when you don’t get something you expected. Rewards make you happy. Dopamine does not.”

When you feel disappointed and frustrated about something that you’re supposed to do but everything didn’t went well.

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