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Clinical Psychopharmacology Made Ridiculously Simple

ISBN-10: 1935660179

ISBN-13: 9781935660170

Edition: 8th

Authors: John Preston, James Johnson

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Apart from drug updates, the 8th edition includes revisions based on the new DSM-5 classification of psychiatric illnesses.
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Book details

List price: $16.95
Edition: 8th
Publisher: MedMaster, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/15/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 88
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

When James (Jim) Johnson retired from a 25-year career as a software developer for IBM, he had already been working as a contract technical editor for Microsoft. After his retirement, technical editing and technical writing became his primary source of income to cover the cost of his 'toys'-most of which were computer equipment and photographic equipment. Jim's involvement with cameras began in the mid '50s when he needed to record the interior of caves in Kentucky. At the time, the greatest challenge was to provide adequate illumination, and in a manner that did not defile the cave, thus he purchased a Leica 3F camera (which was the norm at that time) and experimented with numerous lighting sources. In the late '60s Jim purchased a used Nikon FTn, and it's been a progression of Nikons ever since. The Nikon 990 was his introduction to digital photography, but the D100 provided the ability to use all those SLR lenses he had accumulated over the years. A D300 is his current working tool. Jim and his wife Heather live on the California coast, with their home overlooking the Morro Bay estuary. The coast, the bays, and the mountains all combine to host a vast array of botanical subjects, which are the focus of Jim's current photographic interest. Jim is a new member of Nikonians, having been introduced to the Nikonians organization by Rocky Nook while working on Darrell Young's first book, Mastering the Nikon D300.