psychotogenic


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psychotomimetic

 [si-kot″o-mi-met´ik]
1. characterized by or producing symptoms similar to those of a psychosis.
2. a drug or other agent that has such effects; called also psychotogenic.

psy·chot·o·gen·ic

(sī-kot'ō-jen'ik),
Capable of inducing psychosis; particularly referring to drugs with hallucinogenic effects similar to those of LSD.

psychotogenic

/psy·chot·o·gen·ic/ (si-kot″ah-jen´ik) psychotomimetic.

psychotogenic

[sīkot′əjen′ik]
pertaining to an agent that is capable of inducing symptoms of psychosis.

psy·chot·o·gen·ic

(sī-kot'ō-jen'ik)
Little-used term meaning capable of inducing psychosis; particularly in reference to drugs of the LSD series and similar substances.
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