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Amin et al. / ESTROGEN-SEROTONIN INTERACTIONS Effect of Estrogen-Serotonin Interactions on Mood and Cognition

By Zenab Amin and Turhan CanliBehav Cogn, Neurosci Rev, Zenab Amin and Turhan Canli

Abstract

Both the neurotransmitter serotonin and the ovarian steroid estrogen have been implicated in the modulation of mood and cognition. Although significant functional interactions between estrogen and serotonin are acknowledged, the nature of their relationship has not been fully elucidated. Research using ovariectomized animals has identified estrogen-induced changes in serotonin transmission, binding, and metabolism in brain regions implicated in the regulation of affect and cognition. Studies in humans, particularly of menopausal women undergoing estrogen treatment, have provided some support for these findings and identified instances in which change in mood or cognition is accompanied by alterations in serotonin function and hormonal status. However, it is apparent that further research is required to understand the neural processes involved in the interplay between estrogen and serotonin. By reviewin

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