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July 23, 2015

INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR THE HISTORY OF NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY (INHN)

 

We posted today in

 

HOME: Thomas A. Ban: Towards Education in the History of Neuropsychopharmacology. Part 4. Discoveries in neuropsychopharmacology that have not been followed up and experiments that could not be replicated.

PHOTOS: From left to right: Emilia Gyermek and Szilveszter Vizi. Photo taken in 2015, in Budapest, Hungary.  Photo received from Laszlo Gyermek.  

PROFILES: (1) C. Robert Cloninger: List of Publications. (2) Leonardo Tondo: List of Publications.

CONTROVERSIES: Donald F. Klein’s reply to Carlos Morra. (Katz: Onset of Antidepressant Effect).    

ARCHIVES: Robert H. Belmaker: Curriculum Vitae (Belmaker Collection).

E-BOOKS: Hector Warnes’ response to Thomas A. Ban’s reply (Ban: Neuropsychopharmacology and the Forgotten Language of Psychiatry). 

 

Please see the full Website Table of Contents (Contents) on the homepage (right upper quadrant) for an overview of all posted (published) articles (inhn.org/home/content.html)



    INHN
    International Network for the History of Neuropsychopharmacology