2 edition of Clinical psychopharmacology [by] Michael Shepherd, Malcolm Lader [and] Richard Rodnight. found in the catalog.
Clinical psychopharmacology [by] Michael Shepherd, Malcolm Lader [and] Richard Rodnight.
|Contributions||Lader, Malcolm Harold,, Rodnight, Richard,|
|LC Classifications||RM315 S45 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
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CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. Michael Shepherd, Malcolm Lader 'and Richard Rodnight. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, The present status of the art and science of psychopharmacology is reviewed by three English authors, all eminently qualified and knowledgable in the field of biochemistry, clinical pharmacology and psychiatry.
Lader,Malcolm Harold; Rodnight,Richard Title(s): Clinical psychopharmacology [by] Michael Shepherd, Malcolm Lader [and] Richard Rodnight. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, English Universities Press  Description: xiv, p.
illus. Language: English LCCN: MeSH: Psychopharmacology* NLM ID: [Book]. Author(s): Shepherd,Michael,; Lader,Malcolm Harold; Rodnight,Richard Title(s): Clinical psychopharmacology [by] Michael Shepherd, Malcolm Lader [and.
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A Historical Dictionary of Psychiatry EDWARD SHORTER OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS A H I S T O R I CA L D I C T I O N A RY English psychopharmacologist Malcolm Lader recalled, “We always used to say if you go back far enough and look at German literature at the turn of the century, you’re sure to ﬁnd that someone described panic disorder.