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Introductory Text\
ryis htet
==================
### Requirements
clang is required (wont work with gcc).
### Installation
In a command line shell:
```
cd lwonprom
./quiz.sh
```
\_you text read\
sa htet tyac\
\
\
text \_you language teaching\
htet sa pyac hcec\
\
\
\_rea
[realis\_mood](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_mood#Realis_moods)
denote\
li hyit dlut\
\
\
\_nom [nominative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nominative_case)
denote \_rea\
na hnak dlut li\
\
\
\_acc [accusative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accusative_case)
denote \_rea\
ka hkak dlut li\
\
\
\_dat [dative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dative_case) denote
\_rea\
yi htik dlut li\
\
\
\_you \_nom phrase grammar text \_acc read \_rea\
sa na fyak hgaf htet ka tyac li\
\
\
text \_nom you \_dat knowledge \_acc giving \_rea\
htetna hnanyi tsinka kwinli\
\
\
phrase grammar \_nom several word phrase \_acc accommodate \_rea\
fyakhgafna kyaktlatfyakka jyakli\
\
\
\_wor \_nom word quoted \_acc denote \_rea\
wona tlatkyitka dlutli\
\
\
\_loc \_wor \_nom
[locative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Locative_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
tewona lyokka dlutlia\
\
\
\_you \_nom line two \_loc medium language \_acc see \_rea\
sana lyintyutte hmimpyacka hsatli\
\
\
\_you \_nom line one \_loc natural language word \_and medium language
grammar \_acc see \_rea\
sana lyinhyikte tyicpyactlatwa hmimpyachgafka hsatli\
\
\
\_gen \_wor \_nom
[genitive\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genitive_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
tiwona hnikka dlutlia\
\
\
\_you \_nom line three \_loc medium language \_gen phonetic text \_acc
see \_rea\
sana lyintyinte hmimpyacti fyok htet ka hsat li\
/sä.nä ˈljin.tjin.te ˈʰmim.pjäʃ.ti ˈfjok.ʰtet.kä ˈʰsät.li/\
\
\_epi \_wor \_nom
[epistemic\_mood](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_mood#Deontic_Mood_vs._Epistemic_Mood)
\_acc denote \_rea\
siwona hsitka dlutli\
\
\
\_you \_nom learn \_acc enjoy \_epi\
sana lyacka hcotsi\
\
\
\_ins \_wor \_nom
[instrumental\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrumental_case)
\_acc denote \_rea\
yuwona hyakka dlutli\
/ju.wo.na ˈʰjak.ka ˈdlut.li/\
\
\_you \_nom line one language \_and\_or medium language \_ins computer
program \_acc write \_epi\
sana lyinhyikpyacba hmimpyacyu kyuthromka lyitsi\
\
\
\_abl \_wor \_nom
[ablative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ablative_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
pwihwona hpikka dlutli\
\
\
\_ben \_wor \_nom
[ablative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benefactive_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
pwahwona hpakka dlutli\
\
\
\_plu \_wor \_nom plural\_number \_acc denote \_rea\
puwona hpacka dlutli\
\
computer \_nom natural word \_abl medium word \_dat language \_plu \_ben
translation \_epi\
kyutna tyictlatpwih hmimtlatyi pyacpupwah ryansi\
\
\
\_and medium word \_abl natural word \_dat \_epi\
wa hmimtlatpwih tyictlatyi si\
\
\_top \_wor \_nom topic\_case \_acc denote \_rea\
ta wo na htak ka dlut li\
\
Introductory Text\
ryis htet
==================
\_you text read\
sa htet tyac\
\
\
text \_you language teaching\
htet sa pyac hcec\
\
\
\_rea
[realis\_mood](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_mood#Realis_moods)
denote\
li hyit dlut\
\
\
\_nom [nominative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nominative_case)
denote \_rea\
na hnak dlut li\
\
\
\_acc [accusative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accusative_case)
denote \_rea\
ka hkak dlut li\
\
\
\_dat [dative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dative_case) denote
\_rea\
yi htik dlut li\
\
\
\_you \_nom phrase grammar text \_acc read \_rea\
sa na fyak hgaf htet ka tyac li\
\
\
text \_nom you \_dat knowledge \_acc giving \_rea\
htetna hnanyi tsinka kwinli\
\
\
phrase grammar \_nom several word phrase \_acc accommodate \_rea\
fyakhgafna kyaktlatfyakka jyakli\
\
\
\_wor \_nom word quoted \_acc denote \_rea\
wona tlatkyitka dlutli\
\
\
\_loc \_wor \_nom
[locative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Locative_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
tewona lyokka dlutlia\
\
\
\_you \_nom line two \_loc medium language \_acc see \_rea\
sana lyintyutte hmimpyacka hsatli\
\
\
\_you \_nom line one \_loc natural language word \_and medium language
grammar \_acc see \_rea\
sana lyinhyikte tyicpyactlatwa hmimpyachgafka hsatli\
\
\
\_gen \_wor \_nom
[genitive\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genitive_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
tiwona hnikka dlutlia\
\
\
\_you \_nom line three \_loc medium language \_gen phonetic text \_acc
see \_rea\
sana lyintyinte hmimpyacti fyok htet ka hsat li\
/sä.nä ˈljin.tjin.te ˈʰmim.pjäʃ.ti ˈfjok.ʰtet.kä ˈʰsät.li/\
\
\_epi \_wor \_nom
[epistemic\_mood](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_mood#Deontic_Mood_vs._Epistemic_Mood)
\_acc denote \_rea\
siwona hsitka dlutli\
\
\
\_you \_nom learn \_acc enjoy \_epi\
sana lyacka hcotsi\
\
\
\_ins \_wor \_nom
[instrumental\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrumental_case)
\_acc denote \_rea\
yuwona hyakka dlutli\
/ju.wo.na ˈʰjak.ka ˈdlut.li/\
\
\_you \_nom line one language \_and\_or medium language \_ins computer
program \_acc write \_epi\
sana lyinhyikpyacba hmimpyacyu kyuthromka lyitsi\
\
\
\_abl \_wor \_nom
[ablative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ablative_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
pwihwona hpikka dlutli\
\
\
\_ben \_wor \_nom
[ablative\_case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benefactive_case) \_acc
denote \_rea\
pwahwona hpakka dlutli\
\
\
\_plu \_wor \_nom plural\_number \_acc denote \_rea\
puwona hpacka dlutli\
\
computer \_nom natural word \_abl medium word \_dat language \_plu \_ben
translation \_epi\
kyutna tyictlatpwih hmimtlatyi pyacpupwah ryansi\
\
\
\_and medium word \_abl natural word \_dat \_epi\
wa hmimtlatpwih tyictlatyi si\
\
\_top \_wor \_nom topic\_case \_acc denote \_rea\
ta wo na htak ka dlut li\
\
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{fontspec}
\newfontfamily\uni{DejaVu Sans}
\usepackage{hyperref}
\begin{document}
\section{Introductory Text\\ ryis htet}
\_you text read \\
sa htet tyac \\
\uni{/sä ʰtet tyäʃ/} \\
\\
text \_you language teaching \\
htet sa pyac hcec \\
\uni{/ʰtet sä pjäʃ ʰʃeʃ/}\\
\\
\_rea \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_mood#Realis_moods}
{realis\_mood} denote\\
li hyit dlut \\
\uni{/li ʰjit dlut/}\\
\\
\_nom \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nominative_case}{nominative\_case} denote \_rea\\
na hnak dlut li\\
\uni{/nä ʰnäk dlut li/}\\
\\
\_acc \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accusative_case}{accusative\_case} denote \_rea\\
ka hkak dlut li\\
\uni{/kä ʰkäk dlut li/}\\
\\
\_dat \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dative_case}{dative\_case} denote \_rea\\
yi htik dlut li\\
\uni{/ji ʰtik dlut li/}\\
\\
\_you \_nom phrase grammar text \_acc read \_rea\\
sa na fyak hgaf htet ka tyac li\\
\uni{/sä.nä ˈfjäk.ʰɡäfˌʰtet.kä ˈtjäʃ.li/}\\
\\
text \_nom you \_dat knowledge \_acc giving \_rea\\
htetna hnanyi tsinka kwinli \\
\uni{/ˈʰtet.na ˈʰnan.ji ˈtsin.ka ˈkwin.li/}\\
\\
phrase grammar \_nom several word phrase \_acc accommodate \_rea \\
fyakhgafna kyaktlatfyakka jyakli \\
\uni{/ˈfjäk.ʰgäf.nä ˈkjäk.tlätˌfjäk.kä ˈʒjäk.li/}\\
\\
\_wor \_nom word quoted \_acc denote \_rea\\
wona tlatkyitka dlutli\\
\uni{/wo.nä ˈtlät.kjit.kä dlut.li/}\\
\\
\_loc \_wor \_nom \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Locative_case}{locative\_case} \_acc denote \_rea \\
tewona lyokka dlutlia\\
\uni{/te.wo.nä ˈlyok.kä ˈdlut.li/}\\
\\
\_you \_nom line two \_loc medium language \_acc see \_rea\\
sana lyintyutte hmimpyacka hsatli\\
\uni{/sänä ˈljin.tjut.te ˈʰmim.pjäʃ.kä ˈʰsät.li/}\\
\\
\_you \_nom line one \_loc natural language word \_and medium language grammar \_acc
see \_rea\\
sana lyinhyikte tyicpyactlatwa hmimpyachgafka hsatli\\
\uni{/sa.na ʲljin.ʰjik.te ʲtjiʃ.pjaʃˌtlat.wa ˈʰmim.pjaʃˌʰgaf.ka ˈʰsat.li/}\\
\\
\_gen \_wor \_nom \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genitive_case}{genitive\_case} \_acc denote \_rea \\
tiwona hnikka dlutlia\\
\uni{/ti.wo.nä ˈʰnik.kä ˈdlut.li/}\\
\\
\_you \_nom line three \_loc medium language \_gen phonetic text \_acc see \_rea\\
sana lyintyinte hmimpyacti fyok htet ka hsat li\\
/sä.nä ˈljin.tjin.te ˈʰmim.pjäʃ.ti ˈfjok.ʰtet.kä ˈʰsät.li/\\
\\
\_epi \_wor \_nom
\href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammatical_mood#Deontic_Mood_vs._Epistemic_Mood}{epistemic\_mood} \_acc denote \_rea\\
siwona hsitka dlutli\\
\uni{/si.wo.na ˈʰsit.ka ˈdlut.li/}\\
\\
\_you \_nom learn \_acc enjoy \_epi\\
sana lyacka hcotsi\\
\uni{/sa.na ˈljaʃ.ka ˈʰʃot.si/}\\
\\
\_ins \_wor \_nom \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrumental_case}{instrumental\_case} \_acc denote \_rea\\
yuwona hyakka dlutli\\
/ju.wo.na ˈʰjak.ka ˈdlut.li/\\
\\
\_you \_nom line one language \_and\_or medium language \_ins computer program \_acc
write \_epi\\
sana lyinhyikpyacba hmimpyacyu kyuthromka lyitsi\\
\uni{/sa.na ˈljin.ʰjikˌpjaʃ.ba ˈʰmim.pjaʃ.ju ˈkjut.ʰrom.ka ˈljit.si/}\\
\\
\_abl \_wor \_nom \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ablative_case}{ablative\_case} \_acc denote \_rea \\
pwihwona hpikka dlutli \\
\uni{/pwiʰ.wo.na ˈʰpik.ka ˈdlut.li/}\\
\\
\_ben \_wor \_nom \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benefactive_case}{ablative\_case} \_acc denote \_rea \\
pwahwona hpakka dlutli \\
\uni{/pwaʰ.wo.na ˈʰpak.ka ˈdlut.li/}\\
\\
\_plu \_wor \_nom plural\_number \_acc denote \_rea\\
puwona hpacka dlutli\\
\\
computer \_nom natural word \_abl medium word \_dat language \_plu \_ben translation
\_epi \\
kyutna tyictlatpwih hmimtlatyi pyacpupwah ryansi \\
\uni{/ʲkjut.na ʲtjic.tlat.pwiʰ ʲʰmim.tlat.ji ˈpjaʃ.pu.pwaʰ ˈrjan.si/}\\
\\
\_and medium word \_abl natural word \_dat \_epi\\
wa hmimtlatpwih tyictlatyi si\\
\\
\_top \_wor \_nom topic\_case \_acc denote \_rea \\
ta wo na htak ka dlut li \\
\\
\end{document}
\section{Tense}\label{tense}
\begin{description}
\item[past-tense]
things that happened
\item[hesternal-tense]
yesterday
\item[recent-past-tense]
\item[remote-past-tense]
\item[present-tense]
now, things that are happening
\item[hodiernal-tense]
today
\item[future-tense]
things that will happen
\item[crastinal-tense]
tommorrow
\item[soon-future-tense]
\item[remote-future-tense]
\end{description}
\section{Aspects}
\begin{multicols}{2}
\begin{description}
\item[atelic-aspect] a \\
cumulative-reference process
for SPEL it is like signal processing,
at any point it is still processing, perhaps for parallel processes
\item[cessative-aspect]
for ending process \\
for SPEL exiting process \\
for hardware description language falling edge
\item[completive-aspect]
completely and thoroughly finished \\
for SPEL finished with no errors
\item[continuative-aspect]
process started but not active\\
for SPEL idle processes
\item[delimitative-aspect]
temporary process
\item[frequentive-aspect]
repetitive process\\
for SPEL can be used for servers/daemons
\item[gnomic-aspect]
general truths\\
for SPEL defining functions
\item[habitual-aspect]
habitual process \\
for SPEL can be provided services or features
\item[inchoative-aspect]
begining of process \\
for SPEL loading process \\
for Hardware Description Layer signal rising edge
\item[imperfective-aspect]
for SPEL a process which is ongoing \\
any partial process
\item[momentane-aspect]
for things that happen suddenly or momentarily,
like power surges and lightning bolts. For instance a clock-tick could be momentane and frequentive.
\item[perfective-aspect]
any whole process \\
for SPEL a process which has completed
\item[progressive-aspect]
for active process\\
for SPEL for active processes
\item[prospective-aspect]
for processes that happen after \\
for SPEL queued processes
\item[retrospective-aspect]
for processes that happen before \\
for SPEL prerequisite processes
%<!--\item[semelfactive-aspect]
%for something that happened once-->
\item[telic-aspect]
quantized process \\
for processes where any of the parts are not the whole,
only taken together is it the whole. \\
for SPEL this is processes that require sequential components of
a different kind.
\end{description}
\end{multicols}
\begin{table}
\caption{Aspect Tree}
\begin{itemize}
\item state
\begin{itemize}
\item perfective-aspect
\begin{itemize}
\item momentane-aspect
\item completive-aspect
%<!--\item semelfactive-aspect-->
\end{itemize}
\item imperfective-aspect
\begin{itemize}
\item continuous-aspect
\item progressive-aspect
\item delimitative-aspect
%<!--\item frequentive-aspect-->
\end{itemize}
\end{itemize}
\item occurence
\begin{itemize}
\item gnomic-aspect
\item habitual-aspect
\end{itemize}
\item part of time
\begin{itemize}
\item inchoative-aspect
\item cessative-aspect
\end{itemize}
\item relative time
\begin{itemize}
\item retrospective-aspect
\item prospective-aspect
\end{itemize}
\end{itemize}
<h3>Lexical</h3>
\begin{itemize}
\item composition
\begin{itemize}
\item atelic
\item telic
\item stative-verb
\end{itemize}
\item causal
\begin{itemize}
\item autocausative-verb
\item anticausative-verb
\end{itemize}
\end{itemize}\label{aspecttree}
\end{table}
#!/bin/bash
rm -f ./*4ct ./*4tc ./*idv ./*lg ./*log ./*tmp ./*xref ./*dvi ./*aux ./*out \
./*bcf ./*maf ./*mtc0 ./*xml ./*mtc ./*blg ./*.mtc* ./*toc
#!/bin/bash
#
#BASE=$(pwd)
#function file_compile {
# stem=$1
# echo "$PWD/$stem"
# source_filename=$stem.tex
# file_verification_text=$(cat "$source_filename.sha1")
# verification_text=$(sha1sum "$source_filename")
# echo "'$verification_text'"
# echo "'$file_verification_text'"
# if [[ ! "$verification_text" == "$file_verification_text" ]]
# then
# echo "'$verification_text'"
# echo "'$file_verification_text'"
# echo file verification fail
# lualatex $stem
# biber $stem
# htlatex "$stem.tex" "$BASE/web" &
# lualatex $stem &
# wait;
# ebook-convert "$stem.html" "$stem.epub"
# # "$BASE/clean.sh"
# echo "$verification_text" > "$source_filename.sha1";
# echo "$source_filename"
# else
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# echo "'$file_verification_text'"
# echo file verification perfect
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#}
#
#file_compile green_buddhism
NAME=pyac
./clean.sh
lualatex $NAME
biber $NAME
lualatex $NAME
#htlatex $NAME "web,next"
pandoc -s --toc -t html -f latex $NAME.tex -o README.html
lualatex README.tex
pandoc -s -t markdown -f latex README.tex -o README.md
cp README.md ..
./clean.sh
echo "done"
\chapter{Operation Template}
\section{overview}
\subsection{translation}
An English programmer writes English text.
An English encoder encodes the English text to the Pyash medium code.
A Chinese translator decodes the Pyash medium code into Chinese
text.
A Chinese programmer writes Chinese text.
A Chinese encoder encodes the Chinese text into the Pyash medium code.
\subsection{Compiler}
A code compiler from the medium code, to a cardinal ``.c''
file, library header file, and library ``.c'' files, as well as a kernel ``.cl''
file, and library file of intermediate code.
Clang compiler takes main and library ``.c'' files, and library header files,
and produces an byin binary.
The byin binary operator sets up the constant stack, input data and makes
writeable output data.
The host code starts the virtual machine kernel, and library kernels.
\begin{figure}
\caption{Compiler Petri Net}
\label{compilerPetri}
\begin{tikzpicture}[node distance=0.5cm and 1cm,>=stealth',bend angle=45,auto]
\node [transitionV,label=above:glisprom] (prom) {};
\node [place,label=above:glishrom] (hrom) [right= of prom] {}
edge[post] (prom)
edge[pre] (prom);
\node [transitionV,label=above:kfin] (kfin) [right= of hrom] {}
edge[pre] (hrom);
\node [place,label=above:hkom] (hkom) [below right= of kfin] {}
edge[pre] (kfin);
\node [transitionV,label=above:nyot] (nyot) [below left= of hkom] {}
edge[post] (hrom)
edge[pre] (hkom);
\node [place,label=above:tw6nhrom] (tw6nhrom) [left= of nyot] {}
edge[post] (kfin)
edge[pre] (nyot);
\node [transitionV,label=above:tw6nprom] (tw6nprom) [left= of tw6nhrom]{}
edge[post] (tw6nhrom)
edge[pre] (tw6nhrom);
\node [transitionV,label=above:kl6n] (kl6n) [right= of hkom]{}
edge[pre] (hkom);
\node [place,label=above left:pren] (pren) [below= of kl6n] {}
edge[pre] (kl6n);
\node [place,label=above:mlep] (mlep) [right= of kl6n] {}
edge[pre] (kl6n);
\node [place,label=above:krat] (krat) [above = of mlep] {}
edge[pre] (kl6n);
\node [place,label=above:htek] (htek) [below= of mlep] {}
edge[pre] (kl6n);
\node [transitionV,label=above:clang] (clang) [right= of mlep]{}
edge[pre] (mlep)
edge[pre] (krat)
edge[pre] (htek);
\node [place,label=right:byin] (byin) [below= of clang] {}
edge[pre] (clang);
\node [transitionV,label=above:hvim] (hvim) [below= of htek]{}
edge[pre] (byin)
edge[pre,out=160,in=-90,looseness=1] (hkom)
edge[pre] (pren);
\node [place,label=left:prentsin] (tsin) [left= of hvim] {}
edge[pre] (hvim);
\node [transitionV,label=left:prennrek] (nrek) [below= of tsin]{}
edge[pre] (tsin);
\node [place,label=right:swutsric] (swut) [right= of hvim] {}
edge[pre] (hvim);
\node [transitionV,label=right:prenhvic] (hvic) [below= of swut]{}
edge[pre] (swut);
\node [place,label=below:psas] (psas) [below left= of hvic] {}
edge[pre] (hvic)
edge[pre] (hvim)
edge[pre] (nrek)
edge[post,in=-90,out=180,looseness=1] (nyot);
\node [transitionV,label=above:frenhbuc] (hbuc) [below= of tw6nprom]{};
\node [place,label=above:nrup] (nrup) [right= of hbuc] {}
edge[post,looseness=1] (kfin)
edge[pre] (hbuc);
\node [place,label=below:frenhtet] (frenhtet) [below= of nrup] {}
edge[pre] (nyot)
edge[post] (hbuc);
% \node [place,label=above:$D$] (d) [below= of hrom] {};
% \node [transitionV,label=above:$W_n$] (wn) [right= of d] {}
% edge[pre] (htet)
% edge[pre] (d);
% \node [place,tokens=1,label=above:$I$] (p2) [above right=of kfin] {}
% edge[pre,out=-135,in=30,looseness=1,overlay] (kfin)
% edge[post,out=180,in=60,looseness=1,overlay] (kfin);
% \node [place,tokens=2,label=above:$P_3$] (p3) [below right=of kfin] {}
% edge[pre] (kfin);
% \node [transitionV,label=above:$T_2$] (t2) [above right=of p3] {}
% edge[pre] (p2)
% edge[pre] (p3)
% edge[post,out=-110,in=-50,looseness=2,overlay] (htet);
% \node [place,tokens=1, label=above:$P_4$] (p4) [above right=of t2] {}
% edge[pre] (t2);
\end{tikzpicture}
\begin{tabular}{ll}
glisprom & English programmer \\
twynprom & Chinese programmer \\
glishrom & English program \\
tw6nhrom & Chinese program \\
frenhbuc & French user \\
frenhtet & French text \\
nrup & input \\
kfin & encoder \\
hkom & code \\
nyot & translator \\
kl6n & compiler \\
psas & produce or output \\
krat & cardinal file (main.c) \\
mlep & template file (lib.h) \\
htek & library file (lib.c) \\
pren & parallel file (kernels.cl) \\
hvim & runtime \\
prentsin & parallel knowledge (parallel data) \\
prennrek & parallel workers \\
swutsric & holy ceremonies \\
prenhvic & parallel virtual-machine \\
psas & produce (output) \\
%C & Code in constant memory \\
%D & input Data in constant memory \\
%V & Variable index in global memory \\
%W & Worker \\
%I & Intermediate values processed in local memory\\
%P & Produced data in global memory \\
\end{tabular}
\end{figure}
\chapter{Dictionary}
\input{grammarWords}
\input{rootWords}
\input{suggestions}
%\input{emotions}
\begin{multicols}{2}
\section{Emotions}
\subsection{By neutrotransmitter}
\begin{description}
\item[acetylcholine]
alert attentive
\item[dopamine]
pleasure
\item[serotonin]
satisfaction
\item[norepinephrine]
vigilance
\item[gaba]
inhibition
\item[glutamate]
excitement
\item[oxytocin]
belonging
\item[vasopressin]
territoriality
\end{description}
\subsection{By brain Regions}
\begin{description}
\item[amygdala]
fear, anger
\item[thalamus]
drowsy, alert
\item[hypothalamus]
reward, arousal
\item[cingulate gyrus]
gumption perserverance
\item[basal ganglia]
motivation
\item[orbitofrontal cortex]
deliberative
\item[prefrontal cortex]
equanimity self-control
\item[ventral striatum]
goal direction