Acute depletion of dopamine precursors in the human brain: effects on functional connectivity and alcohol attentional bias Neuropsychopharmacology

Alcohol is also a depressant and slows down the parts of the brain where we make decisions and consider consequences, making us less likely to think about what might happen if we do something. Alcohol is sometimes described as a ‘disinhibitor’ – it makes us less cautious and more inclined to do things we would […]

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