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Essential Psychopharmacology with CD-ROM: Neuroscientific Basis and Clinical Applications [Paperback]

Stephen M. Stahl , Nancy Muntner
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Nov. 28 1998 0521626595 978-0521626590 1
'Imaginative and visually appealing' (TINS), Essential Psychopharmacology, now on CD-ROM, provides a dynamic explanation of the neurobiological concepts underlying the drug treatment of psychiatric disorders, with particular emphasis on the principles of chemical neurotransmission. Based on the highly praised textbook by Stephen M. Stahl, this CD-ROM runs on both Apple Macintosh and Windows, and provides a clear and accessible introduction for the first time student. For the physician or scientist with prior background in the field, it offers a quick review of the key dimensions of psychopharmacology and the drug treatment of mental illness, with a wealth of high-quality colour graphics, animations and voice-overs. A striking and versatile resource, this CD-ROM is an invaluable learning aid for neurobiology students, scientists, psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals.

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'Imaginative and visually appealing'(TINS), Essential Psychopharmacology, is now available with supplementary CD-ROM for both Apple Macintosh and Windows, providing a dynamic explanation of the neurobiological concepts underlying drug treatment in psychiatry, with high-quality colour graphics, animations and voice-overs.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Too Basic June 2 2000
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Very good illustration. The contents is too basic for a good study. May be helpful for junior medical students. About 5-10% of the contents did give me some clearification of knowledge. In general, I found the book boring. Another comment is that the book does not mention the subtypes of MAO and the role of MAO-A in inhibiting absorption of tyramine. This is more important than the work at synaps which clinically does not deserve the emphasis the book gives.
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Wonderful visuals, CD ROM helps visualize complex receptor interactions. Mechanisms of drugs and of psychiatric illness summarized in a very easy and fun learning experience. Worth every penny.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Concise, to the point, state of the art psychopharmacology. Oct. 1 1999
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Wonderful visuals, CD ROM helps visualize complex receptor interactions. Mechanisms of drugs and of psychiatric illness summarized in a very easy and fun learning experience. Worth every penny.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Too Basic June 2 2000
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Format:Paperback
Very good illustration. The contents is too basic for a good study. May be helpful for junior medical students. About 5-10% of the contents did give me some clearification of knowledge. In general, I found the book boring. Another comment is that the book does not mention the subtypes of MAO and the role of MAO-A in inhibiting absorption of tyramine. This is more important than the work at synaps which clinically does not deserve the emphasis the book gives.
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