affecting mental activity, behavior, or perception, as a mood-altering drug.
a psychotropic drug, as a tranquilizer, sedative, or antidepressant.
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How to use psychotropic in a sentence
Other types of psychotropics include antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications.Scientists Use AI to Trace the Origins of Psychedelic Experiences in the Brain | Galen Ballentine | March 20, 2022 | Singularity Hub
Psychiatric researchers advocated for outpatient treatment using new psychotropic medications.History's Lesson for Activists Who Want to Defund the Police | Sarah E. Ryan | April 20, 2021 | Time
Tucked away from sight, they are often treated with powerful psychotropic drugs.
So, in 2005, he decided to take the vast majority of psychotropic substances and prescription pills out of his work.
If a child is dosed with psychotropic drugs throughout the process of growing up, what does that mean for their sense of agency?Generation Rx? Review of ‘Dosed: The Medication Generation Grows Up’ | Casey Schwartz | April 15, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The science behind the psychotropic effects of the JWH-018 compound is not yet complete.
Instead, he wants to uncover a conspiracy of psychotropic drug experiments.
psychotropic drugs can be used by themselves or in conjunction with psychotherapy.When You Don't Know Where to Turn | Steven J. Bartlett
British Dictionary definitions for psychotropic
another word for psychoactive
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