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Book Reviews

Case Studies in Psychopharmacology: The Use of Drugs in Psychiatry, 2nd ed

W. Clay Jackson, MD

Published: June 1, 2003

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I am not really a fan of case-based learning, but I did enjoy this book. Theauthors present the information with an opening case followed by a questionand-answer style discussion, concluding summary points, and references witheach issue-based chapter. I found the question-and-answer style text easy toread and practical as well as comprehensive enough to cover the subject withoutbeing too long and drawn out.


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Volume: 5

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