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Awakening to the Psychopharmacology of Sleep and Arousal: Novel Neurotransmitters and Wake-Promoting Drugs

Stephen M. Stahl

Published: June 18, 2002

Article Abstract

New developments in the psychopharmacology of sleep and wakefulness are leading to enhanced clinical insight into disorders of sleep and arousal and to the development of novel treatments for sleepiness and fatigue. A glimpse into the neuroanatomical substrates and chemical mediators of arousal is now possible.

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