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Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors and Cosmetic Psychopharmacology: Ethical and Deontological Dilemmas

years ago, P. Kramer published a book, an immediate best­ seller, with the evocative title of Listening to Prozac,6 concerning the replacement of psychotherapy with psychopharmacology in depressive

Treating Cocaine Dependency with Psychopharmacotherapy and Behavioral Therapy

evidence that a combination of psychopharmacological and behavioral therapies will reduce cocaine use. There are no indications that any specific type of psychopharmacology is more effective than others ... dependence. The independent variables are the treatment conditions, psychopharmacology and behavioral therapy versus behavioral therapy alone. The treatment success is the dependent variable and will be

A Review of Methods for Monitoring Adverse Events in Pediatric Psychopharmacology Clinical Trials

elicitation scales for AE reporting in pediatric psychopharmacology trials. The checklists evaluated include the Barkley Side Effect Rating Scales (SERS), the Pittsburg side effect rating scale, and the ... psychopharmacology trials: (1) a general inquiry prompt (e.g., ‘‘Has anything changed since the last visit?’’), (2) a checklist based on side effects previously reported in other drugs of the same class, and (3) a

Psychopharmacological Procedures

Psychopharmacology has opened the door to many previously blocked parts of psychiatric therapy. It has been a welcome catalyst for a long awaited rapprochement between psychiatry and the rest of ... practical for the non-specialist. If psychiatric treatment today is a major concern of general medical practice, psychopharmacology has been one of the most important fac­ tors in this development. New and

Psychopharmacology of Tobacco and Alcohol Comorbidity: a Review of Current Evidence

concerns in the literature and recommendations for future studies are discussed alongside implications for treatment of comorbid alcohol and tobacco use. Alcohol; Nicotine; Comorbidity; Psychopharmacology ... individuals as treatment providers view quitting both substances at the same time too difficult and suggest that tobacco treatment may negatively impact interventions for alcohol dependency. Psychopharmacology

Editorial: Reporting guidelines for psychopharmacology

Chicago , Chicago, IL 60637 , USA 1 Department of Pharmacology, Tufts University , Bacon Hall, Medford, MA 02155 , USA 2 Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit, University College London , London WC1E 6BT , UK 3 ... achieving scientific progress (Steckler 2015) . Notably, many scientific articles, not just those in the field of psychopharmacology, lack sufficient methodological detail (Vasilevsky et al. 2013) and

Continuous performance task in ADHD: Is reaction time variability a key measure?

, University of New South Wales and Head, Child and Family East, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, NSW, Australia; 2Centre for Human Psychopharmacology, Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Victoria ... centre, University of Tasmania , hobart, Tasmania, australia 1 c entre for human Psychopharmacology, swinburne University of Technology , hawthorn, Victoria, australia 2 s chool of Psychiatry, University

Skepticism and pharmacophobia toward medication may negatively impact adherence to psychiatric medications: a comparison among outpatient samples recruited in Spain, Argentina, and Venezuela

outpatients in Spain, Argentina, and Venezuela.Methods: A cross-sectional, cross-cultural psychopharmacology study was designed to assess psychiatric outpatients’ attitudes toward their prescribed medication ... provided written informed consent. This cross-sectional, cross-cultural psychopharmacology study was completed at outpatient psychiatric services in the Canary Islands (Spain), Mendoza (Argentina), and

Are energy drinks unique mixers in terms of their effects on alcohol consumption and negative alcohol-related consequences?

Psychopharmacology, Swinburne University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia Introduction: Previous research has suggested that consuming alcohol mixed with energy drinks (AMED) increases overall alcohol consumption. However ... , Olivier B. Effects of mixing alcohol with energy drink on objective and subjective intoxication: results from a Dutch on-premise study . Psychopharmacology (Berl) . 2015 ; 232 ( 5 ): 835 - 842 . 32. Verster

The role of new antidepressants in clinical practice in Canada: a brief review of vortioxetine, levomilnacipran ER, and vilazodone

, 2Mood Disorders Psychopharmacology Unit, University Health Network, Toronto, ON, Canada Abstract: Although many branded and generic antidepressants are approved for the treatment of major depressive ... Disorders Psychopharmacology Unit, University Health Network , Toronto, ON , Canada 1 Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto Although many branded and generic antidepressants are approved for the

Probing Cortical Sites of Antipsychotic Drug Action with in vivo Receptor Imaging

schizophrenia , Psychopharmacology 121 ( 1995 ), 278 - 288 . [3] F.M. Benes , S.L. Vincent , G. Alsterberg , E.D. Bird and J.P. San Giovanni , Increased GABAA receptor binding in superficial layers of cingulate ... . Nordstrom and G. Sedvall, D1 and D2 dopamine receptor occupancy during treatment with conventional and atypical neuroleptics , Psychopharmacology 99 ( 1989 ), S28 - S31 . [12] L. Farde , S. Nyberg , G

The Effects of Taurine and Caffeine Alone and in Combination on Locomotor Activity in the Rat

.” Psychopharmacology 114:233-8. Frewer LJ, Lader M (1991) “The effects of caffeine on two computerized tests of attention and vigilance.” Hum Psychopharmacol Clin and Exp 6:119-28. Higgins GA, Jones BJ, Oakley NR (1992 ... ) “Effect of 5-HT1A receptor agonists in two models of anxiety after dorsal raphe injection.” Psychopharmacology 106:2617. Ho, M. “For Red Bull, it’s here, there and everywhere.” Washington Post, August 23

Evaluation of animal models of neurobehavioral disorders

of generalizability (or external validity; see below) of a model. A narrower concept of predictive validity is used in psychopharmacology (e.g. [58-62]) where it is considered to be of particular ... predictive validity is understood in psychopharmacology that is, a model is considered predictive if it can predict which drugs will be effective in treating the disease modeled. The NHL model has been shown

The Interprofessional Approach to Psychotropic Medication Use

interprofessional approach as it relates to the initiation, monitoring, and management of drug therapy can have a significant impact on therapeutic outcomes. As it currently stands, psychopharmacology generally ... psychology is important in identifying potential adverse effects. The domains of psychopharmacology are generally recognized as hybrids of many disciplines that can apply anatomy, physiology, chemistry

Total sleep time, alcohol consumption, and the duration and severity of alcohol hangover

Assessment Sciences (IRAS), Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands; 4Centre for Human Psychopharmacology, Swinburne University, Melbourne VIC, Australia Introduction: An evening of alcohol consumption ... Pharmaceutical Sciences, Division of Pharmacology, Utrecht University , Utrecht , The Netherlands 3 Centre for Human Psychopharmacology, Swinburne University , Melbourne VIC , Australia PowerdbyTCPDF(

Memory Effects of Benzodiazepines: Memory Stages and Types Versus Binding-Site Subtypes

. Psychopharmacology 105 : 1 - 8 . Danek A , Uttner I , Straube A. 2002 . Is transient global amnesia related to endogenous benzodiazepines? J Neurol 249 : 628 . Duka T , Curran HV , Rusted JM , Weingartner HJ . 1996 ... . Perspectives on cognitive psychopharmacology research . Behav Pharmacol 7 : 401 - 410 . Edgar DM , Seidel WF , Gee KW , Lan NC , Field G , Xia H , et al. 1997 . CCD-3693" an orally bioavailable analog of the

The effect of beliefs about alcohol’s acute effects on alcohol priming and alcohol-induced impairments of inhibitory control

/ 18 11. Weafer J, Fillmore MT. Individual differences in acute alcohol impairment of inhibitory control predict ad libitum alcohol consumption. Psychopharmacology. 2008; 201(3):315±24. ... /10.1007/ s00213-008-1284-7 PMID: 18758758; PubMed Central PMCID: PMCPMC4310478. 17 / 18 1. de Wit. Priming effects with drugs and other reinforcers . Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology . 1996 ; 4

The Scope of Behavioral Health Integration in a Pediatric Primary Care Setting

psychopharmacology (5%)” were characterized by differences in demographics, presenting problems, recommendations, and medical diagnoses. Conclusions: Pediatric BHCs provide a wide range of services to pediatric ... ) psychopharmacology—consultation for medication purposes, conducted by a child psychiatrist. As part of the flowsheet, BHCs identified presenting problems based on the primary focus of the consultation. This BHC

Drug-Induced Alteration of Psychotic Behavior: Who Benefits?

chance discovery in 1952 that ushered in the era of modem psychopharmacology. 6 Delay and Deniker reported that the drug chlorpromazine (Thorazine R, an aliphatic phenothiazine) reduced psychotic symptoms ... neuroscience research, including studies on schizophrenia. 3 Nancy C. Andreasen, Schizophrenia: Diagnosis and Assessment, in PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY: THE THIRD GENERATION OF PROGRESS 1087 (Herbert Y. Meltzer ed