- Stimulant Medications : Stimulant Medications refer to drugs that alter the activity in the frontostriatal region of the brain by impacting three (3) or more neurotransmitters important to the functioning of this r egion - dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine, and possibly serotonin.

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