psychopharmaceuticals

psy·cho·phar·ma·ceu·ti·cals

(sī'kō-far'mă-sū'ti-kălz),
Drugs used in the treatment of emotional disorders.

psy·cho·phar·ma·ceu·ticals

(sīkō-fahrmă-sūtiks)
Drugs used in the treatment of emotional disorders.
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For example, rhetors might make reference to the "hatchery" or the creation of castes in the novel to indicate concerns about biotechnological manipulation of human life, or rhetors might reference the novel's drug soma when making their concerns about psychopharmaceuticals, like antidepressants, salient for an audience.
Chemical derivatives of the parent compound phenothiazine are members of the larger group of psychopharmaceuticals known as first-generation antipsychotics.
The Antropology of Psychopharmaceuticals: Cultural and Pharmacological Efficacies in Context.
Consumption of psychopharmaceuticals in the city of Bogota (Colombia): a new reality
The Korean War took place at a time when psychiatry was still young and effective psychopharmaceuticals were just beginning to arrive on the market.
Six pharmacies can be sanctioned after checking that they sold controlled-use psychopharmaceuticals without requiring the proper presentation of the prescription, as was found during a surprise operation conducted by the Directorate General of Drugs, Supplies and Drugs (Digemid) of the Ministry of Health (Minsa), in the vicinity of the Mara Auxiliadora Hospital in the district of San Juan de Miraflores.
Also according to Busfield (4), if the main concern was formerly about the indiscriminate use of antimicrobials, nowadays psychopharmaceuticals, especially the methylphenidate, have become the object of attention to experts in the issue.
With regard to the non-specific and somewhat limited psychopharamacological possibilities, especially in patients with a pronounced organic damage and pediatric population, the current state of the art therapy gives priority to psychotherapy (occupational, psychological and rehabilitation, cognitive-behavioral), with the adjuvant use of psychopharmaceuticals in the case of clear clinical indications.
Kirsch, "Cranial electrotherapy stimulation review: a safer alternative to psychopharmaceuticals in the treatment of depression," Journal of Neurotherapy, vol.
Kline, The Challenge of the Psychopharmaceuticals, 103 PROC.
As the simple example of a temporary illness or injury suggests, or as Disability theorist John Derby highlights, the widespread use of spectacles, hearing aids, and psychopharmaceuticals clearly mitigates against the notion of a perfectly-abled individual (Derby 2016, 116).