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Inspirational The Origin of Pleasure

Discussion in 'Videos' started by BhagatSingh, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. BhagatSingh

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    Bhagat Singh ji in the inner part of the brain there is a small area which is called the "Pleasure Zone". Any sensory or other signal that after due filter and processing get to that zone, create a pleasuary sensation and hence pleasure.

    I forgot what is the name of that zone! You recall.

    Sat Sri Akal

    PS: I could not hold back on a neuro-science tease knowing what your interests are lol
     
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    Interested? yes. Remember the stuff from lectures after 3 months? Nope.

    Rewards/pleasure always has something to do with dopaminergic neurons. The limbic system, in general, deals with emotions.
    I remember discussing the ventral tegmental area during the drug abuse portion of the class...

    You are going to have to remind me what it is exactly. I have no idea.
     

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