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February 23, 2017

INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR THE HISTORY OF NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY (INHN)

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CENTRAL OFFICE 1. Carlos Morra and Ernst Franzek: Psychopathological symptoms – Handling of objects (Educational Program). 2. Carlos Morra and Ernst Franzek: Psychopathological symptoms – Utilization behavior  (Educational Program).

PHOTOS: Bernd Saletu and Robert R. Hojaij.  Photo taken at the VIIth World Congress of Biolgical Psychiatry, held in Vienna, Austria, in 2005. Photo received from Carlos R. Hojaij (Group Photos). 

CONTROVERSIES: Donald F. Klein’s response  to Martin M. Katz’s reply (Martin M. Katz: Multivantaged versus conventional assessement method).

BOOKS: Leon S. Morra's Extract 3: Chapter One: General Principles. A. Structure and activity  (Thomas A. Ban: Psychopharmacology. Williams and Wilkins, 1969).

PERSPECTIVE: Victor Peralta’s response to Ernst Franzek’s response (Thomas A. Ban: In historical perspective. Peralta, Cuesta and their associates findings on the highest familiality of Leonhard’s classification in polynosologic study).

ARCHIVES: 1. Appendix B: Anxiolyics: Current status. (A Model Psychopharmacology Curriculum for Teachers of Psychiatric Residents by an ad hoc committee of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacolgy in 1984) (Glick Collection). 2. Leslie Citrome: The psychoparmacology of violence with special reference to schizophrenia  (Basic Course). (American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology Model Psychopharmacology Curriculum. Fourth Edition. 2006) (Glick Collection).

 

 

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