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PSY 87700 - Psychopharmacology - Segment 1

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This course explores the neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and biologic actions of psychopharmacological agents which are currently in use, as well as to the indications for prescribing the agents, the side effects which may occur, and the clinical considerations for the psychologist in referring the patient for medication evaluation. The course also serves as a foundation for further study for those who plan to practice psychology in the event that psychologists are granted prescription privileges.Learning Outcomes:Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners andIntegrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study MethodAnalyze the psychopharmacological interventions currently used for the anxiety disordersEvaluate the process of diagnosing schizophrenia and its subtypesCompare and contrast the various impulse control disorders and the current thought as regards pharmacological treatment of those disordersAssess personality disorders and discuss the rationale for using psychopharmacological intervention in those disordersAnalyze the biological basis of psychopharmacology, including neurotransmittersDemonstrate ethical behavior in regard to emerging relevant technologies applicable to psychology more information on the School of of Behavioral Sciences at California Southern University, please visit

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