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Key Issues in Mental Health
With its first volume published in 1917, this series has served to chart some of the main developments of contemporary psychiatry. Throughout these years, individual volumes have outlined the specific problems and controversies which have characterized the growth of psychiatry and have reflected a broadening acceptance of its methods and applications. Recent volumes have been distinguished by their bench to bedside coverage of current topics in psychiatry, psychology and neurosciences. Taking a rigorously interdisciplinary as well as translational approach, Key Issues in Mental Health attempts to build bridges to related disciplines in an effort to integrate a variety of aspects relevant to the successful diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders.
Basic and Clinical Science of Mental and Addictive Disorders: CINP Regional Conference on Neuroscience and Neuropharmacology East and West at the Beginning of the European Decade of Brain Research, Vienna/Prague, June 1995
Neurobiologische und Psychopathologische Verlaufsmessungen bei Depressionstherapie: Trimipramin, Schlafentzug und Licht