By Stephen Cosgrove
Soiled and unkempt Captain Smudge comes to a decision to revenge himself on the entire those who laughed at him simply because his wood leg is a mop deal with with a mop at the finish.
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Mailing address: 19 Edenvale Crescent, Mount Eden, Auckland 3, New Zealand. The structure of this chapter is adapted in part from Schoonover SC: Introduction: The practice of pharmacotherapy, in Bassuk EL, Schoonover SC, Gelenberg AJ (eds): The Practitioner's Guide to Psychoactive Drugs, ed 2. New York, Plenum Medical. 1983. Practitioner's Guide to Psychoactive Drugs for Children and Adolescents, edited by John S. Werry and Michael G. Aman. Plenum Medical, New York, 1993. 3 4 1. Introduction Unfortunately, drug has different meanings; strictly, it means any substance produced primarily for medical reasons, but it is now popularly used for any mindaffecting substance and subdivided into legal or illegal.
Until very recently, Bradley's observation that stimulants settled overactive and behaviorally disturbed children was (with the possible exception of the use of antihistamines by Lauretta Bender at Bellevue Hospital; see Conners 4 ), the only major contribution to pediatric psychopharmacology from child, rather than downstream from adult psychiatry. Bradley's work was soon lost by a shift during and after World War II away from medical aspects of child psychiatry because of the growing influence of psychoanalysis.
The scientific method was developed primarily as a device to prevent the fallacy of human observation and conclusion. The clinician rarely goes about testing the hypothesis in the systematic way that is needed to eliminate error and so the conclusions reached are likely to be in serious error. Obviously, sometimes the clinician is correct-in fact, the introduction of antipsychotics and antidepressants was based on shrewd clinical observation-but most of the easy, obvious hypotheses have now been made and tested by the legions of ambitious and skillful researchers so that for the clinician, the possibility of error is far greater than success.