Psychopharmacology

The PsychU Psychopharmacology Collection is designed to provide current scientific evidence and psychopharmacology concepts about mental illness. This section emphasizes key concepts, evolving theories, and potential therapeutic strategies for utilizing psychopharmacology in clinical practice, as well as incorporating perspectives from practicing clinicians. Short presentations and interviews are designed in a modular fashion for easy viewing and revisiting as needed. Don’t forget to check out related psychopharmacology resources throughout PsychU.

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Basic & Advanced Concepts In Psychopharmacology

Bipolar Disorder

Proposed Bipolar Disorder Pathophysiology
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Clinical Application Of Psychopharmacology Of Bipolar Disorder – William Gilmer, MD
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Schizophrenia

Neurotransmitter Functioning & Pathophysiology In Schizophrenia
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Pharmacologic Treatments In Schizophrenia
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Clinical Application Of Psychopharmacology Of Schizophrenia – Jon Miller, MD
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Pseudobulbar Affect

Proposed Pseudobulbar Affect Pathophysiology
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Neurotransmitter Functioning In Pseudobulbar Affect
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Clinical Application Of Psychopharmacology Of Pseudobulbar Affect – Jason Caplan, MD
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