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Observing this seemingly adaptive behavior, investigators started to probe the genetics and neurochemistry that distinguish the more resistant animals.
Where Freud found meaning in dream images of staircases and cravats, today’s researchers — reflecting a broader trend within psychology — look to neurochemistry and computer science for insights.
The biological model on which psychoanalysis was based has been superseded by newer discoveries, particularly in neurochemistry.
Take her description of the neurochemistry behind the seemingly irresistible draw to check our phones or try for one more level on Candy Crush Saga.
But then again, what is deeper than neurochemistry?
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