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Dopaminergic Foundations of Personality and Individual Differences

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Dopaminergic Foundations of Personality and Individual Differences
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Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN-13: 9782889194322
Number of pages: 189

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This volume contains original research papers examining markers of dopaminergic neurotransmission in relation to individual differences in psychological functioning. Theoretical contributions targeting multiple pieces of the dopamine-personality puzzle are present.

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