User:U3028335

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Neurotransmitters and emotion: What is the effect of neurotransmitters on emotion?[edit]

About Me[edit]

I work for the Commonwealth Government, in family law, superannuation.

Hoping to one day complete a PHD in cognitive neuropsychology.

Interested in Neuroscience (Wikiversity)

Default Mode Network Connectivity

Class Enrolled In[edit]

Motivation and Emotion

Book Chapter I'm Working On[edit]

Neurotransmitters and Emotion

Social Contribution[edit]

Comment on the development of at least one other book chapter and summarise any such contribution to the development of other chapters on your Wikiversity user page.

Hello, as stated above, I am also very interested as to how your page develops. I am doing how neurotransmitters and emotion interact which is similar to your topic. I have come across an interesting TED talk about motivation. May be worth a quick listen TED Talk: The psychology of self-motivation - Scott Geller. All the best, Karl u3028335 6:00pm, 3 September 2017.

Hi :) A quick tip that might be helpful: if you want to 'quick start' your chapter check the instructions in the purple box on the Book chapter - Author guidelines page. This adds template material and creates an initial structure, which is what I've done so far to get started on my chapter. Hope this helps! U3028335.

Hello, a quick tip that might be helpful: if you want to 'quick start' your chapter check the instructions in the purple box on the Book chapter - Author guidelines page. This adds template material and creates an initial structure, which is what I've done so far to get started on my chapter. U3028335, 6:30pm, 3 September 2017.

Hello, a quick tip that might be helpful: if you want to 'quick start' your chapter check the instructions in the purple box on the Book chapter - Author guidelines page. This adds template material and creates an initial structure, which is what I've done so far to get started on my chapter. Hope this helps! --U3028335 (talk) 08:39, 3 September 2017 (UTC)