Psych 179 Lecture Note 100708

Psych 179 Lecture Note 100708 - Psych 179 Lecture Note...

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Psych 179 Lecture Note 9/25/08 Outline: Definition: A. Drug:      any chemical agent that affects an organism. B. Psychotropic:     Drug Nomenclature:  A. Chemical:       chemical structure  1. Example: T-cholor-2 methylamino-5-phenyl 3-H-1, 4 benzodiazapine-4-oxide. B. Nonproprietary (Generic name     ):     given when a drug has demonstrated therapeutic use  1. Example: Chlordiazepoxide C. Proprietary (Trade Name):       given when a drug is patented by a drug company  1. Example:  Librium  Drug Classification:  A. B. C. Schedule: I, II, III, IV, V D. Behavioral classification Drug Schedule Classification: A. Began with controlled substances Act (1970)
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B. Five Schedules created C. Determination of which drugs are on which schedule made by Department of Justice  D. Classification decisions made on criteria of potential of abuse, accepted medical use in  E. Schedule I:     have a high abuse potential  (Illegal) Example:  heroin, marijuana, LSD, peyote, mescaline, psilocybin, and MDMA  (ecstasy) F. Schedule II:     Drugs that is high abuse potential with severe psychological or physical dependence  They are legal  Example: opiode drugs, amphetamines, or methamphetamine- as single active  ingredient or combination. Ex: opium, morphine, codeine, methadone (dolophine),  meperidine (Demorol), cocaine, oxycodon (Percodon), amphetamines (Benzedrine,  Dexedrine, adderall), methamphetamine (desoxyn), methylphenidate  (Ritalin) Addition: opium, morphine, codeine G. Schedule III:     compounds containing limited quantities of certain narcotic drugs, and non-narcotic  drugs such as: derivatives of barbiturates except those listed in another schedule,  buprenorphine (subutex), aronabino (marinol), hydrocodone (vicodine), ketamine  (ketalar) H. Schedule IV:     
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Drugs that have an abuse potential less than those in schedule III and include such  drugs as: barbital, Phenobarbital, meprobamate (Equanil, Milton), diazepam  (Valium), Lotazepam (Activan), chlorozepoxide (Libruim) I. Schedule V:     preparations containing.  antitussive (codeine), antidiarrheal (diphenoxylate- Lomotine), without prescription Behavioral Classification: Stimulants: Caffeine, nicotine, cocaine, meth Opiates: Analgesic, morphine, Demorol
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course PSYCH PSYCH 179 taught by Professor Koob during the Fall '09 term at UCSD.

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