Affective Disorders – Neurochemical Basis of Mood Disorder


The earliest attempt to develop a cohesive theory of the neurochemicals basis of affective disorders was the monoamine hypothesis. The monoamine hypothesis originated with the observation that reserpine, a drug effective in reducing high blood pressure, induces depression as a side effect in a…

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