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Antipsychotic Agents: Traditional and Atypical 

Antipsychotic Agents: Traditional and Atypical
Antipsychotic Agents: Traditional and Atypical

Christoph U. Correll

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date: 28 November 2021

Chapter 23 discusses that in children and adolescents, antipsychotics are increasingly used for both psychotic and nonpsychotic disorders, and it also covers the history, clinical pharmacology, adverse effects, and management of antipsychotic medications in children.

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