Birds have fascinated me for as long as I can remember. When I began writing a personal diary at the age of 6 my first entry was about how I had managed to get very close to a Great Tit by climbing into a tree and spending hours sitting motionless on a branch. At age 10, after spending holidays spying on pink flamingos in the wet marshes of the French Camargue on the Mediterranean Sea, I declared to my parents that I would become an ornithologist. To which they replied that it wasn’t a real job.
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We are interested in finding out how the antidepressant citalopram influences how the brain processes and learns about emotional information. Citalopram is known to increase the brain’s serotonin levels.
In this study participants take citalopram or a placebo (sugar tablets) for two weeks. Then they come to the University for two testing...
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