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by Mike Briley,Stuart A. Montgomery

ePub Antidepressant Therapy download
Mike Briley,Stuart A. Montgomery
Informa Healthcare; 1 edition (December 14, 1997)
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This book, written by psychiatrists at the forefront of this research, is a presentation of the most up-to-date ideas in antidepressant therapy. Covering the mechanisms of antidepressant agents, as well as clinical and therapeutic considerations, the contributors present recent experimental evidence in support of their discussions.