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quote:Originally posted by ROBERTNeilep, I believe that you have a cat, they carry toxoplasma. " Toxoplasma gondii , a parasitic protozoan, infects about 30/60% of people worldwide. Thelatent toxoplasmosis, i.e. life-long presence of cysts in the brain and muscular tissues, has noeffect on human health. However, infected subjects score worse in psychomotor performancetests and have different personality profiles than Toxoplasma-negative subjects. Themechanism of this effect is unknown; however, it is supposed that presence of parasites’ cystsin the brain induces an increase of the concentration of dopamine."http://mixingmemory.blogspot.com/2005/06/your-cat-could-change-your-personality.htmlhttp://www.natur.cuni.cz/%7Eflegr/toxo95.htm" A May 2001 report from the NIMH discusses a genetic link between dopamine activity in the prefrontal cortex to working memory tasks.."http://www.p-i-a.com/Magazine/Issue12/Physics_12.htm
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quote:Originally posted by neilep... I also signed up to the NY Times too (It was the only way to view your links)