A comparison of the psychological effects of acute and chronic administration of chlorpromazine and secobarbital (quinalbarbitone) in schizophrenic patients.

@article{Kornetsky1959ACO,
  title={A comparison of the psychological effects of acute and chronic administration of chlorpromazine and secobarbital (quinalbarbitone) in schizophrenic patients.},
  author={Conan Kornetsky and M D PETTIT and Ronan D. Wynne and E. V. Evarts},
  journal={The Journal of mental science},
  year={1959},
  volume={105 438},
  pages={190-8}
}
IN two previous studies (3 and 4) certain psychological effects of single doses ofchlorpromazine and secobarbital (quinalbarbitone) were studied in young normal subjects. It was found that 100 and 200 mg. of chlorpromazine had a greater effect on tests of motor co-ordination than did 100 and 200 mg. of seco barbital, respectively, and that 200 mg. of secobarbital had a greater effect on a test related to intellectual functioning than did 200 mg. of chlorpromazine. The results in our study of… CONTINUE READING
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