The aim of this book is to provide practice questions in psychopharmacology to facilitate learning and revision. It consists of 2600 questions in the form of ‘True/False Individual Statements, Extended Matching Items and Best of Five’ formats, organised in 52 papers in two volumes.
Every attempt has been made to cover all relevant topics in psychopharmacology, addressing both knowledge and clinical competency related to the speciality. Resources used to prepare the questions are provided
in the ‘reading list’ at the end, giving access to extensive cross-references.
This book will be a useful means of self-assessment for both trainees and practitioners in the fields of psychiatry, neurology, pharmacology, psychiatric pharmacy and general medicine.
An excellent addition to current resources in psychopharmacology for trainees
A comprehensive series of relevant questions and an extensive bibliography that will be both a useful test of trainees’ progress and also a useful aide memoire and primer
Consists of 2600 questions in the form of ‘True/False Individual Statements, Extended Matching Items and Best of Five’ formats, organised in 52 papers in two volumes
Topics Covered Include:
Development of Psychotropic Drugs
Research Methodology for Drug Trials
Pharmacological Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders
and Many More...