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- n. a person professionally qualified to study and practice neuropsychopharmacology
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He was what they used to call a neuropsychopharmacologist.
The world-renowned neuropsychopharmacologist from the UK, Dr David Healy, testified as an expert witness for the plaintiffs in the Kilker trial.
"The change in their diet preference was so great that they basically starved themselves for two weeks after they were cut off from junk food," recounted the lead researcher, neuropsychopharmacologist Paul J. Kenny of the Scripps Research Institute.