Psychopharmacology

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Psychopharmacology by Mind Map: Psychopharmacology

1. 1980-1984

1.1. Neuropharmacological research extended from neurochemistry at synaptic cleft to receptor bindings

1.2. Clinical methodology remained restricted to demonstrating therapeutic efficacy

1.3. * The gap grew so wide that it required the translation of findings that

1.4. their clinical relevance could be understood

2. 1970-1978

2.1. Psychotropic drugs became primary form of treatment

3. 1966-1968

3.1. PHARMACOLOGICAL HETEROGENEITY WITHIN DIAGNOSES

3.1.1. Precluded the generation of information about pathophysiology of mental disorders

3.1.2. Delayed acceptance of psychotropic drugs for clinical use

4. 1935

4.1. -Benzedrine. Dr. Charles bradley realized that performance in creased in childen

5. 1956

5.1. Fritz Freyhan Pharmacological re-evaluation of psychiatric nosology needed

5.1.1. Fritz Freyhan 1956 Pharmacological re-evaluation of psychiatric nosology needed

6. 1948

6.1. Lithium

7. 1955

7.1. Ritalin approved

8. 1957

8.1. anitdpepressannts

8.2. Collegium Internationale Neuro-Psychopharmacologicum (CINP)

8.2.1. 1990's

8.2.1.1. 1990s, the college extended its activities by organizing other meetings, including president’s workshops, regional meetings, educational seminars and other programs

8.2.2. 29th centry

8.2.2.1. end of the 20th century CINP was a legal entity that was registered in Switzerland with domicile in Zurich.

8.2.3. 21st cenrty

8.2.3.1. early years of the 21st century CINP established a central office and a congress-organizing group.

8.3. ovet (29) received the Nobel Prize for physiology and medicine in 1957 for his work on synthetic curare-like drugs and aryloxyethylamines as antihistamines

9. 1993

9.1. SNRIs

10. 1950

10.1. first antipsychotic, chlorpromazine, was synthesized

11. Neuropsychopharmacology

11.1. emerged after the 1950s

12. 1915

12.1. e behavioral effects of drugs in animals began with the pharmacologist D. Macht

13. 1800

13.1. Oswald Schmiedeberg (1838–1921) is generally recognized as the founder of modern pharmacology

14. In 1964, the

14.1. medicinal chemist, Biel (58), summarized the chemical rationale for developing MAO inhibitors and tricyclic antidepressants.