Textbook of Psychopharmacology
Alan F. Schatzberg
Charles B. Nemeroff
2002 AD


"Psychiatry, like much of the rest of medicine, has en-tered a new and exciting age demarcated by the rapid ad-vances and the promise of molecular and cellular biology and neuroimaging. It is our firm belief that although indi-vidual neurotransmitters are involved in mediating the manifestations of major psychiatric diseases, these dis-eases can be best envisioned as arising out of abnormalities of integrated synapses and circuits." (Textbook of Psychopharmacology, Schatzberg, Nemeroff, 2002 AD, p 47




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