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[mass noun] The branch of psychology concerned with the effects of drugs on the mind and behaviour.
- ‘He has been active in genetic research and psychopharmacology of mental illnesses.’
- ‘It is possible that other neurotransmitters are involved in the still relatively unknown psychopharmacology of stimulant medication.’
- ‘Indeed, there are still many psychiatrists left in this country who talk to patients and families, provide both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology, and care for patients in a biopsychosocial context.’
- ‘I have always viewed psychopharmacology as a branch of internal medicine, not psychology.’
- ‘Although medications were used in this case primarily to address stage - 3 personality issues, psychopharmacology can effectively complement therapy at any stage.’
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