biologic psychiatry

bi·o·log·ic psy·chi·a·try

a branch of psychiatry that emphasizes molecular, genetic, and pharmacologic approaches in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders.

biologic psychiatry,

a school of psychiatric thought that stresses the physical, chemical, and neurologic causes of and treatments for mental and emotional disorders.

bi·o·log·ic psy·chi·a·try

(bī'ŏ-loj'ik sī-kī'ă-trē)
A branch of the medical discipline that emphasizes molecular, genetic, and pharmacologic methods in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders.
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Results were presented as a poster at a meeting of the New Clinical Drug Evaluation Unit sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health and published in Biologic Psychiatry (2009;65:600-6).
Sackeim, emeritus chief of the department of biologic psychiatry at the New York State Psychiatric Institute.
Sackeim, chief of biologic psychiatry at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, New York.