Week One Notes
Week One Notes CJUS 4152-001
University of Memphis
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Date Created: 10/03/16
The Study of Psychotropic Drug Misuse and Abuse: August 25-30,2016 Pharmacology: Knowledge of drug action Neuroscience: Science that encompasses study of neurochemistry and experimental psychology in related to the nervous system Illicit: drugs whose manufacture, sale, or possession is illegal Objective drug effects: Scientifically observable psychotropic effects that can be measured and quantified Subjective drug effects: Experiential affects that are typically user based that cannot be measured or quantified in an objective sense Therapeutic Index: Drug’s relative safety for use, computed as the ratio of the lethal dose for fifty percent of the population to the effective dose for fifty percent of the population -The relationship between drug’s desired effect and its adverse effects Dose: The quantity of drug that is taken into the body, which is measured in milligrams or micrograms Set: Expectations prior to use ; Mood emotional state Setting: Physical surroundings or environment which can be the specific location Placebo effect: Perception which influences a psychological or physiological reaction - Subject-Expectancy effect: An unconscious response that the subject expected - Classically conditioned: Expected relief which leads to symptom relief
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