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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