The clinical pharmacokinetics of individual drugs will be examined with emphasis on clinical application based on patient clinical presentations. Case study and homework will be used were appropriate. This course is roughly divided into three parts. The first is Biopharmaceutics, the second basic pharmacokinetics and the third clinical pharmacokinetics.
Course code: PSY 605
Introduction to neuropschology and methods in neurophysiology. Physiological Explanation of Behavior, Physiology of Neural Cells: Types of Neurons, Nerve Impulse, Communication between Neurons, Communication within neurons Physiology of Nervous System: Basic Features of Nervous System; Central Nervous System; Peripheral Nervous System, role of asymmetry, language, emotions and consciousness. Neuropsychological tests: BGT, BVRT. Neurological tests: epilepsy, brain tumor, brain injury, stroke.
Principles of Psychopharmacology, anti-psychotics and anxiolytics. Sites and Mechanisms of Drug Actions.