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Phencyclidine (PCP) Abuse: An Appraisal

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 21 [Printed in 1978]

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Table of Contents

The Editors-----V

Chapter 1
Phencyclidine: An Overview
Robert C. Petersen and Richard C. Stillman-----1

Chapter 2
Neurobiology of Phencyclidine--An Update
Edward F. Domino-----18

Chapter 3
Neurochemical Pharmacology of Phencyclidine
Kenneth M. Johnson-----44

Chapter 4
The Behavioral Effects of Phencyclidine in Animals
Robert L. Ealster and Larry D. Chait-----53

Chapter 5
Phencyclidine Use Among Youth: History, Epidemiology, and Acute and Chronic Intoxication
Steven E. Lerner and R. Stanley Burns-----66

Chapter 6
Phencyclidine and Ketamine Intoxication: A Study of Four Populations of Recreational Users
Ronald K. Siegel-----119

Chapter 7
Epidemiology of Multiple Drug Use with Special Reference to Phencyclidine
J. Fred E. Shick-----148

Chapter 8
Patterns of Phencyclidine Use
David B. Graeven-----176

Chapter 9
The Psychiatric Aspects of Chronic Phencyclidine Use: A Study of Chronic PCP Users
Michael A. Fauman and Beverly J. Fauman-----183

Chapter 10
Phenomenological Aspects of Phencyclidine Abuse Among Ethnic Groups in Hawaii
Anthony J. Marsella and Russell D. Hicks-----201

Chapter 11
The Pharmacokinetics of Phencyclidine in Overdosage and Its Treatment
Alan K. Cone, Regine Aronow, and Joseph N. Miceli-----210

Chapter 12
Clinical Observations During Phencyclidine Intoxication and Treatment Based on Ion-Trapping
Regine Aronow, Joseph N. Miceli, and Alan K. Done-----218

Chapter 13
The Diagnosis and Treatment of the PCP Abuse Syndrome
David E. Smith, Donald R. Wesson, Millicent E. Buxton, Richard Seymour, and Honey M. Kramer-----229

Chapter 14
The Phencyclidine Psychosis: Phenomenology and Treatment
Paul V. Luisada-----241

Chapter 15
Long Term Treatment of Adolescent PCP Abusers
Gerald G. DeAngelis and Elliott Goldstein-----254

Chapter 16
Phencyclidine, Criminal Behavior, and the Defense of Diminished Capacity
Ronald K. Siegel-----272

Chapter 17
Control of Drug Self-Administration: The Role of Aversive Consequences
Nancy K. Mello-----289

Conference Participants-----309

List of Monographs-----311

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