Neurochemistry of power

The neurochemistry of power has implications for political change By Nayef Al-Rodhan, University of Oxford Power, especially absolute and unchecked power, is intoxicating. Its effects occur at the cellular and neurochemical level. They are manifested behaviourally in a variety of ways, ranging from heightened cognitive functions to lack of inhibition, poor judgement, extreme narcissism, perverted behaviour, and gruesome cruelty. The primary neurochemical involved in the … Continue reading Neurochemistry of power