Antidepressants Affect Morality And Decision-Making, New Study Finds

An interesting study of the sociology of antidepressants performed by researchers at University College London and Oxford University was published in the journal Cell Biology. Researchers found that a serotonergic antidepressant drug (citalopram – Celexa) increased the desire to avoid harm to oneself and creased the tendency to inflict harm on others and a dopaminergic substance, L-Dopa, increased selfishness, i.e. the willingness to harm others, if the research subject was paid sufficient money to do so. Read an article about the study published in International Business Times here:Antidepressants Affect M…Making, New Study Finds