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describe neurotransmitters in terms of what they are, their general function within the body, and their impact on behavior. discuss the connection between neurons and neurotransmitters. pick two neurotransmitters and discuss their general functions in our bodies. also discuss each neurotransmitter’s connection with disease or disorders. does a neurotransmitter problem cause the disease, or does the disease cause a neurotransmitter problem? in other words, what might be the relationship between transmitter function or effectiveness and a particular disease or disorder?

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    Causal relationships between disease/disorders and neural changes can go in either direction, depending on the problem. What type of problems are you considering? What neurotransmitters are you considering?

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    •Describe neurotransmitters. Explain what they are, their function within the body, and their impact on behavior.

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    •Describe neurotransmitters. Explain what they are, their function within the body, and their impact on behavior.
    •Describe the connection between neurons and neurotransmitters.
    •Choose two neurotransmitters and discuss their function within the body. Discuss both neurotransmitters’ connection with disease and disorders. Include aspects of the diseases. Address the following question:
    ◦Does a neurotransmitter problem cause the disease, or does the disease cause a problem with the neurotransmitter?
    ◦What is the relationship between transmitter function and a particular disease or disorder?

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