Table of contents for Psychopharmacology : recent advances and future prospects / edited by Susan D. Iversen.
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PART I: AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
1. How Effective are Antidepressants?
2. The Biology of Depressive Illness: 5-HT and Other Matters
3. Platelet Transport and Receptor Sites in Depressive Illness
4. Animal Models of Depression
5.Antidepressant Drugs of the Future
PART II: ANXIOLYTICS
6. Anxiolytics in Society
7. Where in the CNS do Benzodiazepines Act?
8. Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamic Relationships with Benzodiazepines
9. Anxiety and its Generation by Pharmacological Means
10. Prospects in Treating Anxiety
PART III: PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY AND COGNITION
11. Psychopharmacology of Cognition
12. Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease
13. CNS Patterns of Neurochemical Abnormality in Cognitive Disorders
14. Neuropsychological Evaluation of Higher Cognitive Function in Animals and Man
15. The Study of Cholinomimetics in Alzheimer's Disease and Animal Models
PART IV: SCHIZOPHRENIA
16. Schizophrenia: Genetics and Environment
17. Structural Changes in the Brain in Schizophrenia
18. Mechanism of Action of Antipsychotic Drugs
19. Dopamine D2 Receptors and Schizophrenia
20. Integrated Viral Genes as the Cause of Schizophrenia
PART V: EUPHORIANTS AND STIMULANTS
23. CNS Stimulants
24. Central Effects of Caffeine in Man
26. Nicotine Pharmacology and Smoking Dependence
27. How Amphetamine Works
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Psychopharmacology -- Congresses.