Biological Research Concerning the Development of Mood Disorders Suggests That:
Biological research concerning the development of mood disorders suggests that:
A) acetylcholine and dopamine may be key neurotransmitters in depression.
B) a long form of the gene 5-HTT may predispose a person to depression.
C) depressed people have high levels of cortisol, which can affect the hippocampus and amygdala.
D) part of the problem of depression is the underproduction of cortisol.