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psychopharmacology

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The branch of pharmacology that deals with the study of the actions, effects, and development of psychoactive drugs.

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  • noun pharmacology The branch of pharmacology which pertains to the psychoactive aspects of drugs.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the study of drugs that affect the mind

Etymologies

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psycho- +‎ pharmacology

Examples

  • Bentall has rather similar views to my own, except that I am more interested in psychopharmacology and human evolution.

    Has Bentall Explained Madness?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • It's surprising that with all the work in psychopharmacology scientists aren't pursuing a "truth serum" more vigorously — is that because such work might be seen as a violation of treaties banning torture?

    The Truth About Torture

  • It's surprising that with all the work in psychopharmacology scientists aren't pursuing a "truth serum" more vigorously — is that because such work might be seen as a violation of treaties banning torture?

    The Truth About Torture

  • But modern psychiatry can just as well be called psychopharmacology.

    Coyote Medicine

  • But modern psychiatry can just as well be called psychopharmacology.

    Coyote Medicine

  • Some fear that the marked swing from psychoanalysis to psychopharmacology is too much, too soon, and that there exists the risk of a similar entrenchment of ideas and perspectives.

    Touched with Fire

  • Some fear that the marked swing from psychoanalysis to psychopharmacology is too much, too soon, and that there exists the risk of a similar entrenchment of ideas and perspectives.

    Touched with Fire

  • Some fear that the marked swing from psychoanalysis to psychopharmacology is too much, too soon, and that there exists the risk of a similar entrenchment of ideas and perspectives.

    Touched with Fire

  • Some fear that the marked swing from psychoanalysis to psychopharmacology is too much, too soon, and that there exists the risk of a similar entrenchment of ideas and perspectives.

    Touched with Fire

  • He is also the author of dozens of peer-reviewed scientific articles, many in the field of psychopharmacology.

    Dr. Peter Breggin: Judge's Opinion On Prozac-Induced Murder Now Available Online

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