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neuropsychopharmacology

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  • noun sciences The clinical and scientific study of the physiological and psychological properties of agents acting within the central nervous system

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Examples

  • It is very clear that there is a significant under-funding of research, said David Nutt, professor of neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London and a past president of the European college.

    A third of Europeans are suffering from a mental disorder in any one year

  • Drug companies have always had difficulty making money from neuroscience, "because researching the brain is a riskier enterprise, with lower successful hit rates and higher risks of failure than some other therapeutic areas," says David Nutt , professor of neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London and president-designate of the British Neuroscience Association.

    R&D Cuts Curb Brain-Drug Pipeline

  • Trained as a clinical research fellow in neuropsychopharmacology at NIMH, he later returned as Chief of the Psychosocial Treatments Research Branch, responsible for all federally supported psychosocial treatment research in mental health nationwide.

    Alvaro Fernandez: We Need to Reinvent Brain Care

  • Trained as a clinical research fellow in neuropsychopharmacology at NIMH, he later returned as Chief of the Psychosocial Treatments Research Branch, responsible for all federally supported psychosocial treatment research in mental health nationwide.

    Alvaro Fernandez: We Need to Reinvent Brain Care

  • Alcohol, tobacco and more than a dozen illegal drugs were assessed on a wide range of factors by a panel of experts convened by David Nutt, a professor of neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College in London and a critic of the government 's vilification of certain illegal drugs while permitting alcohol.

    The Pitfalls of Calculating Bad Behavior

  • Trained as a clinical research fellow in neuropsychopharmacology at NIMH, he later returned as Chief of the Psychosocial Treatments Research Branch, responsible for all federally supported psychosocial treatment research in mental health nationwide.

    Alvaro Fernandez: We Need to Reinvent Brain Care

  • Certainly, neuropsychopharmacology has its place as an important part of dealing with mental illness and neuroses, but it should never be the only solution.

    Remembering, Repeating, and Working Through

  • But if you're an ocassional taker, or curious about it, I suggest you read further, to get the skinny on the cognitive neuropsychopharmacology of ketamine.

    Mind Hacks: Through the k-hole

  • Professor David Nutt, head of the department of neuropsychopharmacology and molecular imaging at Imperial College, said: The effect of taking Seroquel entirely depends on the dose.

    BBC News - Home

  • Professor David Nutt, head of the department of neuropsychopharmacology and molecular imaging at Imperial College, said: The effect of taking Seroquel entirely depends on the dose.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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