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Mitchell B. Balter Award Selections

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Created:   9/24/2009
Contains:  10 items
These articles received the annual Mitchell B. Balter Award and reflect the principles embodied in Dr. Balter's work in pharmacoepidemiology.

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Medication Adherence in Outpatients With Severe Mental Disorders: Relation Between Self-Reports and Serum Level

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Efficacy of an Algorithm-Guided Treatment Compared With Treatment as Usual: A Randomized, Controlled Study of Inpatients With Depression

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Fracture Risk From Psychotropic Medications: A Population-Based Analysis

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Neuropsychological Test Performance in Healthy Elderly Volunteers Before and After Donepezil Administration: A Randomized, Controlled Study

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Economic Evaluation of Antidepressive Agents: A Systematic Critique of Experimental and Observational Studies

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Clozapine Enhances Neurocognition and Clinical Symptomatology More Than Standard Neuroleptics

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Human Leukocyte Antigen-A1 Predicts a Good Therapeutic Response to Clozapine With a Low Risk of Agranulocytosis in Patients With Schizophrenia

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Pindolol and Major Affective Disorders: A Three-Year Follow-Up Study of 30,485 Patients

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A Novel Tool to Quantify Physical Activities: Ambulatory Accelerometry in Psychopharmacology

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Benzodiazepine Use in Chile: Impact of Availability on Use, Abuse, and Dependence

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