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neurochemically

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  • adv. In a neurochemical manner or context.

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Examples

  • Even if spouses manage to stay faithful, this neurochemically induced dissatisfaction can push them out of sync sexually, or make them see each other like another serving of "Hamburger Helper."

    Marnia Robinson: Sex and Novelty

  • Also, if this is what being neurochemically normal is like -- I think I really like it.

    fain would i be in my own country

  • Not only does it do a wonderful job of normalizing my serotonin levels, thereby making me into a striking facsimile of a neurochemically normal person, but it's essential for Project: Kilimajaro training.

    it is not my intention to be fulsome, but i confess-- i covet your skull

  • So ... don't, in your green dragon, neurochemically impaired mind, tell me that Hillary, who is in many ways, pretty disgusting, as far right, as much DLC as she is, anywhere near as bad as any of the candidates on the right, except .... except for Ron Paul.

    Printing: Slay That Green Dragon

  • A sound that broke even his neurochemically enforced calm.

    365 tomorrows » Footnote to War : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • The psychedelic realm has the visual flexibility of a multimedia installation or high-bandwidth website, forcing me to consider that it's actually designed as a communications system: a sort of neurochemically derived "chatroom" populated by all manner of colorful "avatars."

    Posthuman Blues

  • The average person who has gotten no sleep the previous night is pretty useless—unless she makes herself neurochemically better than well with the timely ingestion of a cup of caffeine.

    Should Science Make Us Better Than Well? | Impact Lab

  • And yet, neurochemically, those sacrifices are laid at the same altar.

    Mind Wide Open

  • These “cold eyes” are very real, neurochemically: They lack, in simple terms, the normal heat that light—moving rapidly and generating complex, active waves—gives off.

    The Wonder of Children

  • Though considered benign when compared to alcohol, heroin, etc "pot" is more subtle in its influence on behavior and creates dependency neurochemically just like any other drug.

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