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Lacking psychopharmacology, Schumann turned to psychosymphonicology during his decade devoted to orchestral music.
In this capacious and rigorous history of psychopharmacology, the psychologist and writer Lauren Slater says that doctors don’t really understand how psychotropic medications work or how to assess if a patient needs them.
In his early professional years, Dr. Sackler conducted research in the then relatively new field of psychopharmacology, or the use of medication to treat mental disorders, according to Purdue.
Dr. Raymond Sackler, a pioneer in psychopharmacology, a medicinal products entrepreneur and a leading philanthropist whose family made a fortune from the opioid painkiller OxyContin, died on Monday in Greenwich, Conn.
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