Serotonin may affect our sense of fairness

June 6, 2008  
Filed under Depression, mental health

UCLA release – The neurotransmitter serotonin, which acts as a chemical messenger between nerve cells, plays a critical role in regulating emotions such as aggression during social decision-making, new research by scientists at England’s University of Cambridge and UCLA suggests. Their findings appear June 6 in the peer-reviewed journal Science. Read more