THE NEUROTRANSMITTERS OF LEARNING

And Why Gamification Is Your Secret Weapon!

Your brain sends hundreds of trillions of messages across different pathways every second.

These messages are transmitted by chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. There are four different neurotransmitters which are essential to learning: dopamine, endorphins, serotonin and oxytocin.

The release of these chemical messengers is triggered by game mechanics. This means you can use gamification to make sure your training sticks.

In this guide, you’ll find how these neurotransmitters enhance learning and how you can use gamification to trigger their release.

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