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The Neurobiology of Ecstasy (MDMA)

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Learn about the neurobiological underpinnings of the short and long term effects of ecstasy.

The Neurobiology of Ecstasy (MDMA)

1
Introduction: long-term effects of ecstasy
2
Define ecstasy
3
Ecstasy gets into the brain easily
4
What we know about ecstasy
5
How do we know? Research in animals and humans
6
Brain areas sensitive to ecstasy
7
Anatomy of a neuron
8
How does ecstasy work: serotonin pathways in the brain
9
The serotonin neuron: the major target of ecstasy
10
Serotonin transporters
11
Ecstasy and serotonin transporters
12
Short-term (acute) effects of ecstasy
13
Short-term adverse effects
14
Life-threatening effects after multiple doses or stacking
15
Short-term effects after ecstasy is gone from the body
16
Long-term effects of ecstasy: neurotoxic?
17
Long-term effects in monkeys
18
Ecstasy causes degeneration of serotonin nerve terminals
19
Long-term ecstasy use may impair memory
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