By James A. Romano Jr., James M. King
This designated factor of army Psychology studies behavioral, pharmacological, and toxicological technological know-how learn on army functionality because it is suffering from chemical struggle brokers (CWAs) and their pharmacological countermeasures. The papers during this factor are a various meeting; a few very pharmacological in orientation, others pushed via behavioral neuroscience. The unifying subject is the mental outcomes or natural syndromes which may be careworn with results due to publicity to CWAs or use in their scientific countermeasures.
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