Psychopharmacology

Psychopharmacology is the branch of science which deals with the study of drugs on mood, behaviour, thinking and sensation. Mainly it focusses on drugs and its chemical interactions with brain. This field requires constant study to be in pace with new advancements. Psychopharmacology requires the basic knowledge of neuroscience, clinical medicine, and Pharmacology. Psychiatrists (completed four years of advanced training after medical school) have an even higher level of understanding and expertise in psychopharmacology.

 

Psychopharmacology is the science which deals with the study of drugs on mood, behaviour and Mental illness. Psychopharmacology has brought the use of  Opiates and Barbiturates  to treat psychological illness in modern times. Mainly it focusses on drugs and its chemical interactions with brain.  Psychopharmacology requires the basic knowledge of   Pharmacology. Psychiatrists (completed four years of advanced training after medical school) have an even higher level of understanding and expertise in psychopharmacology. Psychoactive drugs exert their sensory behavioural effects almost entirely by acting on neurotransmitters.

  • Psychoactive drugs
  • Drug effect

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