2 edition of Drugs and the mind. found in the catalog.
Drugs and the mind.
Robert S. De Ropp
|LC Classifications||RC566 D4|
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|Number of Pages||310|
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The digit and digit formats both by: Mainly a survey of pharmaceuticals common in the 50s, but with good information on alcohol, marijuana and some of the more exotic mindbenders. The book's strongest appeal is the authority and perspective of its author. deRopp's judgment is more timely than what you find in many books published today.4/5(1).
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de Ropp's famous book offers us the first overall view of a world still largely unknown to the general public--the world of ancient herbs and modern drugs, the unspeakable joys and mental tortures they produce. It's an interesting book, discussing drugs and how they relate to the human consciousness.
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Books to Borrow. Top Drugs and the mind by De Ropp, Robert S. Publication date Topics Psychopharmacology, Drug abuse, Drogues, Hypnotics and Sedatives, Narcotics PublisherPages: The author examines the way drugs work and how they are used in medicine and by addicts.
pages, book in bright clean condition just neat former owners name on front inside cover, wrapper has small mark top left corner and spine a little browned but overall a very nice copy of an interesting book. Written in a contemporary and accessible voice, Drugs: Mind, Body, and Society offers more than knowledge and study : Oxford University Press.
A popular pharmacopoeia describes the various drugs, old and new, which influence our responses, their use and misuse, their immediate and ultimate physical effects, and the evils they engender- whether insanity, inebriation or enslavement.
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Drugs and the mind. New York: Grove Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.The excessive and persistent use of mind-altering substances without medical need has accompanied the appropriate medical use of drugs throughout recorded history.
Some of the drugs that fall into this category have legitimate medical purposes, and others do not (see Overview of .Early drug use. Children’s brains are still growing, and drug use can change that. So taking drugs at an early age may make you more likely to get addicted when you get older.