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- A mood is a compound of neurotransmitters: Too much acetylcholine, not enough serotonin, and you've got a depression.
- It's a long way from not having enough serotonin to thinking the world is "stale, flat and unprofitable",— even further to writing a play about a man driven by that thought.
- It never says, "You're a little depressed because your serotonin level has dropped.
- The world in this case means everything out-or inside our bodies, including serotonin levels in the brain.
- Then all the dendrites and neurons and serotonin levels and interpreters collect themselves and trot over to the corner.
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