Accession Number : AD0726513

Title :   Essays on Human Psychopharmacology,

Corporate Author : NAVAL INTELLIGENCE COMMAND ALEXANDRIA VA TRANSLATION DIV

Personal Author(s) : Traugott,N. N. ; Bagrov,Ya. Yu. ; Balonov,L. Ya. ; Deglin,V. L. ; Kaufman,D. A.

Report Date : 19 JUL 1971

Pagination or Media Count : 204

Abstract : The book summarizes the results of many years of clinical and experimental studies of the mechanism of action of a number of psychopharmacological agents widely used in therapeutic practice--aminazine, sodium amytal, tofranil, amizil, and insulin--on the human brain. It also presents the results of clinical and experimental study of the mechanism of action of bemegride--a preparation which is for the first time being proposed for combatting depressive states. The influence of each of the preparations conditioned-reflex activity, the unconditioned reflexes and autonomics, on the motor sphere and the functions of the auditory mechanism, and on the electrical activity of the brain was investigated. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*PSYCHOTROPIC AGENTS, PHARMACOLOGY), BRAIN, NERVOUS SYSTEM, BEHAVIOR, CONDITIONED RESPONSE, AUDITORY PERCEPTION, MOTOR REACTIONS, ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY, NEUROLOGY, MEMORY(PSYCHOLOGY), MENTAL DISORDERS, CHLORPROMAZINE, INSULIN, PIPERIDINES, USSR

Subject Categories : Pharmacology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE