Behavior is controlled by a communication-mechanism, performed by electromagnetic waves of information between neurons, to update connected neurons according to recorded changes in their astrocytes.
Each electromagnetical signal contains the kind of information that is needed by the target cells to update their own astrocytes (as memories).
That information is passed by the coded magnetic field of ‘ad hoc’ neuropeptides, containing a variety of flavors of amines (serotonin, dopamin, nor-adrenalin, tyramin….).
Using psychotics to damage random and countless synapses causes irrevesible nervous disorders.
Fernand Haesbrouck, 26 / 08 / 2017.