The Pharmacology of Psychotherapeutic Drugs

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According to Roth (1964), the term "psychopharmakon" was used for the first time by Reinhardus Lorichius of Hadamar who, in 1548, edited a collection of prayers of comfort and in preparation for death under the title "Psychopharmakon, hoc est: medicina animae." With the introduction of chlorpromazine in 1952, the era of psychopharma cology began. The "psychopharmakon" of the Renaissance and the twentieth century differ from each other in concept and meaning; the spiritual support in times of increased anxiety and fear has ...

Pharmacology of Psychotherapeutic Drugs 1970, Prentice Hall Press, London

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The Pharmacology of Psychotherapeutic Drugs 1969, Springer

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