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The Resource Drugs and behavior, edited by Leonard Uhr [and] James G. Miller

Drugs and behavior, edited by Leonard Uhr [and] James G. Miller

Label
Drugs and behavior
Title
Drugs and behavior
Statement of responsibility
edited by Leonard Uhr [and] James G. Miller
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1927-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Uhr, Leonard Merrick
Dewey number
615.78
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • RM315
  • RC489.D7
LC item number
  • .U4
  • U3 1960
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
QV 38
NLM item number
U31d 1960
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Miller, James Grier
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Drugs
  • Psychopharmacology
Label
Drugs and behavior, edited by Leonard Uhr [and] James G. Miller
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. The methodological, chemical, biological, and clinical context for psychopharmacology -- 1. Drugs as tools in behavioral research / Roger W. Russell -- 2. Biochemical and neurophysiological action of psychoactive drugs / Harold E. Himwich -- 3. Classification of psychoactive drugs according to their chemical structures and sites of action / Frank M. Berger -- 4. The place and purpose of objective methods in psychopharmacology / Heinz E. Lehmann -- 5. The design and conduct of experiments on the psychological effects of drugs / Harvey Nash -- 6. Placebo effect / Albert A. Kurland -- 7. Behavioral toxicity / Jonathan O. Cole -- 8. Psychopharmacology and the controversial clinician / Fritz A. Freyhan -- 9. What does the clinician want to know about psychoactive drugs? / John C. Pollard and Cornelis Bakker -- 10. A psychoanalytic approach to the pharmacology of psychological processes / Lawrence S. Kubie -- Part II. Experimental procedures and results -- 11. Some applications of conditioned "fear" / Howard F. Hunt -- 12. Testing drug effects on controlled animal and human behavior / Joseph V. Brady and Sherman Ross -- 13. Chlorpromazine and the discrimination of response-produced cues / Robert Berryman, William Wagman, and Fred S. Keller -- 14. Drug effects on experimental neuroses in animals / Jules H. Masserman -- 15. Effects of chlorpromazine, meprobamate, pentobarbital, and morphine on self-stimulation / James Olds and Robert P. Travis -- 16. Effects of drugs on imprinting behavior / Eckhard H. Hess -- 17. Psychomotor tests in drug research / Edwin A. Fleishman -- 18. Alterations in psychmotor functions and individual differences in responses produced by psychoactive drugs / Conan Kornetsky -- 19. The situational test as a method for studying drug effects / Donald W. Fiske -- 20. Behavioral toxicity as measured by tests of simulated driving and of vision / James G. Miller and Leonard Uhr -- 21. Some effects of oxanamide on normal behavior / Alfred B. Kristofferson and Robert H. Cormack -- 22. Two experiments on psychoactive drugs using a simulated auto-driving device / Ted A. Loomis and Theodore C. West -- 23. Drugs and human information processing: perception, cognition, and response / James G. Miller -- 24. Drug postulates, theoretical deductions, and methodological considerations / H.J. Eysenck -- 25. Psychophysiological studies of psychoactive drugs / Alberto DiMascio and Gerald L. Klerman -- 26. Comparative behavioral effects of phenaglycodol, meprobamate, and placebo / Ralph M. Reitan -- 27. Chemotherapy and pharmacodynamic experimentation with schizophrenics / Robert Lafon and Jean Minvielle -- 28. Mental changes in psychopharmacology / Stanley D. Porteus -- 29. The use of psychoactive drugs as a neuropsychological tool in studies of attention in man / Allan F. Mirsky and H. Enger Rosvold -- 30. Re-evaluating focus of attention / Enoch Callaway III and George Stone -- 31. Drug thresholds as indicators of personality and affect / Charles Shagass -- 32. Preliminary results concerning the galvanic skin response as an indicator of drug effects / Alfred B. Kristofferson and Robert H. Cormack -- 33. Drug effects and activation level / Arch Carran -- 34. Drugs and hypothalamic excitability / Solomon D. Kaplan -- 35. The influence of predrug level of functioning on the effects of sedatives, tranquilizers, and stimulants on central autonomic function and reaction time / Robert A. Schneider -- 36. Experimental studies of the tranquilizer syndrome by the method of conditioned reflexes / Louis LeGuillant -- 37. Experimentally controlled stress and drug effects / Audrey R. Holliday -- 38. Meprobamate and laboratory-induced anxiety / G.Y. Kenyon and N.H. Pronko -- 39. The dimensional (unitary-component) measurement of anxiety, excitement, effort stress, and other mood reaction patterns / Raymond B. Cattell -- 40. Behavioral methods for assessing neuroses and psychoses / Steven G. Vandenberg -- 41. Projective techniques and drug research / Martin M. Katz -- 42. The use of drugs in information-seeking interviews / Louis A. Gottschalk -- 43. Rating scales, behavior inventories, and drugs / Maurice Lorr -- 44. Veterans Administration cooperative chemotherapy projects and related studies / Julian J. Lasky -- 45. Use of behavioral adjustment techniques in evaluating tranquilizers, and the value of drugs in social rehabilitation / Robert B. Ellsworth -- 46. Methods for the objective study of drug effects on group functioning / Vincent Nowlis -- 47. Self-ratings / Dean J. Clyde -- 48. Introspection and free-association as experimental approaches to assessing subjective and behavioral effects of psychoactive drugs / Louis A. Gottschalk -- 49. Drugs and dreams / Roy M. Whitman, Chester M. Pierce, and James Maas -- 50. The drugs and I / Chester C. Bennett -- 51. Objectively measured behavioral effects of psychoactive drugs / Loneard Uhr
Control code
630963
Dimensions
14 cm
Extent
676 pages
Lccn
60016553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (WaOLN)350222
  • (OCoLC)630963
Label
Drugs and behavior, edited by Leonard Uhr [and] James G. Miller
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. The methodological, chemical, biological, and clinical context for psychopharmacology -- 1. Drugs as tools in behavioral research / Roger W. Russell -- 2. Biochemical and neurophysiological action of psychoactive drugs / Harold E. Himwich -- 3. Classification of psychoactive drugs according to their chemical structures and sites of action / Frank M. Berger -- 4. The place and purpose of objective methods in psychopharmacology / Heinz E. Lehmann -- 5. The design and conduct of experiments on the psychological effects of drugs / Harvey Nash -- 6. Placebo effect / Albert A. Kurland -- 7. Behavioral toxicity / Jonathan O. Cole -- 8. Psychopharmacology and the controversial clinician / Fritz A. Freyhan -- 9. What does the clinician want to know about psychoactive drugs? / John C. Pollard and Cornelis Bakker -- 10. A psychoanalytic approach to the pharmacology of psychological processes / Lawrence S. Kubie -- Part II. Experimental procedures and results -- 11. Some applications of conditioned "fear" / Howard F. Hunt -- 12. Testing drug effects on controlled animal and human behavior / Joseph V. Brady and Sherman Ross -- 13. Chlorpromazine and the discrimination of response-produced cues / Robert Berryman, William Wagman, and Fred S. Keller -- 14. Drug effects on experimental neuroses in animals / Jules H. Masserman -- 15. Effects of chlorpromazine, meprobamate, pentobarbital, and morphine on self-stimulation / James Olds and Robert P. Travis -- 16. Effects of drugs on imprinting behavior / Eckhard H. Hess -- 17. Psychomotor tests in drug research / Edwin A. Fleishman -- 18. Alterations in psychmotor functions and individual differences in responses produced by psychoactive drugs / Conan Kornetsky -- 19. The situational test as a method for studying drug effects / Donald W. Fiske -- 20. Behavioral toxicity as measured by tests of simulated driving and of vision / James G. Miller and Leonard Uhr -- 21. Some effects of oxanamide on normal behavior / Alfred B. Kristofferson and Robert H. Cormack -- 22. Two experiments on psychoactive drugs using a simulated auto-driving device / Ted A. Loomis and Theodore C. West -- 23. Drugs and human information processing: perception, cognition, and response / James G. Miller -- 24. Drug postulates, theoretical deductions, and methodological considerations / H.J. Eysenck -- 25. Psychophysiological studies of psychoactive drugs / Alberto DiMascio and Gerald L. Klerman -- 26. Comparative behavioral effects of phenaglycodol, meprobamate, and placebo / Ralph M. Reitan -- 27. Chemotherapy and pharmacodynamic experimentation with schizophrenics / Robert Lafon and Jean Minvielle -- 28. Mental changes in psychopharmacology / Stanley D. Porteus -- 29. The use of psychoactive drugs as a neuropsychological tool in studies of attention in man / Allan F. Mirsky and H. Enger Rosvold -- 30. Re-evaluating focus of attention / Enoch Callaway III and George Stone -- 31. Drug thresholds as indicators of personality and affect / Charles Shagass -- 32. Preliminary results concerning the galvanic skin response as an indicator of drug effects / Alfred B. Kristofferson and Robert H. Cormack -- 33. Drug effects and activation level / Arch Carran -- 34. Drugs and hypothalamic excitability / Solomon D. Kaplan -- 35. The influence of predrug level of functioning on the effects of sedatives, tranquilizers, and stimulants on central autonomic function and reaction time / Robert A. Schneider -- 36. Experimental studies of the tranquilizer syndrome by the method of conditioned reflexes / Louis LeGuillant -- 37. Experimentally controlled stress and drug effects / Audrey R. Holliday -- 38. Meprobamate and laboratory-induced anxiety / G.Y. Kenyon and N.H. Pronko -- 39. The dimensional (unitary-component) measurement of anxiety, excitement, effort stress, and other mood reaction patterns / Raymond B. Cattell -- 40. Behavioral methods for assessing neuroses and psychoses / Steven G. Vandenberg -- 41. Projective techniques and drug research / Martin M. Katz -- 42. The use of drugs in information-seeking interviews / Louis A. Gottschalk -- 43. Rating scales, behavior inventories, and drugs / Maurice Lorr -- 44. Veterans Administration cooperative chemotherapy projects and related studies / Julian J. Lasky -- 45. Use of behavioral adjustment techniques in evaluating tranquilizers, and the value of drugs in social rehabilitation / Robert B. Ellsworth -- 46. Methods for the objective study of drug effects on group functioning / Vincent Nowlis -- 47. Self-ratings / Dean J. Clyde -- 48. Introspection and free-association as experimental approaches to assessing subjective and behavioral effects of psychoactive drugs / Louis A. Gottschalk -- 49. Drugs and dreams / Roy M. Whitman, Chester M. Pierce, and James Maas -- 50. The drugs and I / Chester C. Bennett -- 51. Objectively measured behavioral effects of psychoactive drugs / Loneard Uhr
Control code
630963
Dimensions
14 cm
Extent
676 pages
Lccn
60016553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (WaOLN)350222
  • (OCoLC)630963

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