Recreational drugs are prevalent in the college scene. The chapter on biological foundations of behavior discusses the importance of the neurotransmitters that carry neural messages. These messages can either enhance the effects of some neurotransmitters, or they can block the reuptake of neurotransmitters. The title of this assignment is from a commercial about drug use and brain effects from the 80s. I have included it below. Please watch it prior to doing the assignment. Use one of the search engines to get information about how recreational drugs affect the brain. Look up a drug that may have been used by your peers or family members at some point. Make sure that you use sources that are peer reviewed. These are professional writers, writing for professional readers. Your research paper should be at least five full pages, double spaced and should respond to all of the issues below. The text of the document only is included in the five full pages, the reference page will be the 6th page, and you should use at least 3 peer reviewed sources. The paper may be longer, it may not be shorter. Citations and references should be in APA style. Discuss your findings about how the drug interacts with the neurotransmitters in the brain. Please make sure that you include URLs (citations) for the sources. Please make sure that you write your paper in your own words. How does the drug you studied affect memory? Discuss both the long term and short term memory effects. What happens when you stop taking the drug? What are the short term and long term effects of taking this drug. Does it have addictive properties? If so, how do the addictive properties evidence themselves. Finally conduct an in depth critical analysis of the personality and functionality impact of the drug use on those who you know that have been affected by the drug, or on what you had heard about the drug in the past. Please understand that once you upload your document, it will go through an originality check, that will show us both that you wrote the paper in your own words.