Part II: The Psychopharmacology of Long-Term Aggression-Toward an Evidence-Based Algorithm [dataset]

Graham D. Glancy, Theresa F. Knott
2002 PsycEXTRA Dataset   unpublished
The following is the second of three articles on the psychopharmacology of chronic aggression. A review of the literature demonstrates that evidence exists for the use of these agents in various syndromes presenting with aggressive behaviour. In this article, using similar methodology, we review the use of antidepressants and anxiolytics, including serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SRIs), trazodone, buspirone and the benzodiazepines.
doi:10.1037/e494312004-001 fatcat:74ovoluvfnayrcgif7b735zupu