Neurologically speaking, dopamine and serotonin are two of the primary NeuroTransmitters. Really Neuro-Psychology is a complex game,
involving many potential variables and interactive mechanisms. Nonetheless, I am writing this to provide some basic NeuroLogical structure to this
common knowledge of the brain, and the nervous system.
Now, let us explore the repetition of habit vs. novelty, and our pursuit and avoidance of each. These basic principles would hold true in both spatial
and temporal dimensions. Dopamine, Dopa, sets off our projected fulfillment mechanisms. Based on past conditioning, we create an 'object' or 'process'
to associate with the essential want or need that we feel. When we see a girl who we find attractive, we begin getting excited. We have been
conditioned to be attracted to this 'object', or 'process,' and the dopamine starts going off when it is perceived as being possible.
Now, Serotonin is designed to associate with actual experiences of pleasure. When you are actually being fulfilled in your desires, the serotonin
starts flowing. Now, you may perceive something you desire, and start using up some Dopamine. But if you are not being fulfilled, not getting that
Serotonin kick, you're gonna trend towards what they call 'novelty addiction.' Novelty is basically good, it is only 'bad' when we cannot be fulfilled
in our desires. Thus the push is to deny our desires, rather than increase the potential for fulfilling those desires. This is where we go wrong as a
society. And, looking at these basic principles of Neuro-Psychology, we can describe its process and reasoning intelligently and
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