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Brain & Alcohol

a substance also called ethanol, found in beer, wine, and liquor, that can make a person drunk alcohol
the study of the brain and nervous system neuroscience
made up of your brain, spinal cord and nerves. This system sends messages between the brain and other parts of the body that are responicible for controlling movement and feeling nervous system
a nerve cell; carries messages between the brain and other parts of the body neuron
chemical substance that carries a message from one neuron to another neurotransmitter
neurotransmitter that stimulates brain activity; makes activity more active excitatory neurons
neurotransmitter that slows down brain activity inhibitory neurons
chemical substance that can boost the effects of other chemicals in the brain agonist
chemical substance that reduces the effects of chemicals in the brain antagonist
Created by: brechbillc