psychostimulant

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psychostimulant

 [si″ko-stim´u-lant]
1. producing a transient increase in psychomotor activity.
2. a drug that produces such effects, such as amphetamine, methylphenidate, or caffeine.

psy·cho·stim·u·lant

(sī'kō-stim'yū-lănt),
An agent with antidepressant or mood-elevating properties.
Synonym(s): psychormic

psychostimulant

/psy·cho·stim·u·lant/ (-stim´ūl-int)
1. producing a transient increase in psychomotor activity.
2. a drug that produces such effects.

psychostimulant

[-stim′yələnt]
an agent that increases psychomotor activity in most patients. It improves concentration and impulse control in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

psychostimulant

adjective Referring to agents that upregulate higher cortical activity noun An agent which upregulates higher cortical activity

psy·cho·stim·u·lant

(sī'kō-stim'yū-lănt)
A pharmacotherapeutic agent with antidepressant or mood-elevating properties.

psy·cho·stim·u·lant

(sī'kō-stim'yū-lănt)
Agent with antidepressant or mood-elevating properties.