3 edition of Perspectives in psychopharmacotherapy found in the catalog.
Perspectives in psychopharmacotherapy
|Other titles||Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology, nos. 1-3, 1979.|
|Statement||editors: F. E. Vartanian ... [et al.] ; associate editor, D. Baronet-Lacroix.|
|Contributions||Vartanian, F. E., World Health Organization., Fondazione internazionale Menarini.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 301 p. :|
|Number of Pages||301|
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Psychopharmacotherapy definition, the use of psychoactive drugs in the symptomatic treatment or control of mental disorders or psychiatric disease. See more. Psychopharmacology: Ethnic and Cultural Perspectives. Keh‐Ming Lin. Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
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For example, depression is treated with. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Psychopharmacotherapy in the age of accelerating diversity / Joann Ng, Keh-Ming Lin, Michael Smith --Illness beliefs of depressed Chinese American patients in a primary care setting / Albert Yeung and Raymond Kam --Panic attacks in traumatized Southeast Asian refugees.
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May cause significant nausea, primarily with immediateMay cause File Size: KB. The Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Review Book is designed for use by individuals preparing to sit for the Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist (BCPP) examination.
CPNP surveys show that at least 90% of successful BCPP candidates purchase the Review Book as their primary study tool. One hundred. Addiction to psychoactive substances can lead to a range of biological, psychological and social problems, and the clinical management of these issues can often be complex.
This book brings together papers from the popular journal Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, which. Best Psychopharmacology Books for Mental Health Clinicians Published on Janu Janu • 13 Likes • 0 Comments.
The book is well worth buying and anyone who claims to know anything about psychopharmacology will be expected to have a heavily annotated copy." Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine " [this is] a very good book, especially suited to those interested in psychopharmacologic research and psychiatric residency in training.".
The book grew out of a recent lecture series at the Massachusetts General Hospital and features contributions from diverse fields including psychiatry, psychology, anthropology, social work, social medicine, and public policy.
The first section highlights the implications of biological and cultural diversity for psychiatric diagnosis and treatment.•Discuss historical perspectives related to psychopharmacology.
•Describe indications, actions, contraindications, precautions, side effects, and nursing implications for the following classifications of drugs: •a. Antianxiety agents •b. Antidepressants •c. Mood stabilizers •Antipsychotics •Antiparkinsonian agents •Sedative File Size: 1MB.Psychopharmacology is an exceedingly intricate discipline, aiming as it does to modulate human emotion, behavior, and other complex cognitive processes.
Although our understanding of brain–behavior relationships has improved dramatically in recent decades, modern neuroscience still struggles to provide coherent pathophysiological mechanisms.