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Book Reviews

Ethnicity and Psychopharmacology (Review of Psychiatry series, volume 19)

J. Randolph Hillard

Published: May 12, 2002

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Ethnicity and Psychopharmacology, divided into 5 chapters, is a systematic and thoughtful review of what is known about ethnicity in the field of psychopharmacology. In the first chapter, Keh Ming Lin, M.D., and Michael Smith, M.D., begin the book with an overview of ethnopsychopharmacy. The second chapter, written by William B. Lawson, M.D., is a review of ethnopsychopharmacologic issues as they relate to African Americans.


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Volume: 63

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