Medical Definition of Ethopharmacology

1. The study of drug effects on behaviour, relying on observation and description of species-specific elements (acts and postures during social encounters). Origin: G. Ethos, character, habit, + pharmacology (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethopharmacology

ethogram
ethograms
ethoheptazine
ethoheptazine citrate
ethohexadiol
ethoi
ethologic
ethological
ethologically
ethologies
ethologist
ethologists
ethology
ethomoxane
ethopabate
ethopharmacology (current term)
ethopoetic
ethopropazine hydrochloride
ethos
ethosed
ethoses
ethosuximide
ethotoin
ethotrimeprazine
ethoxazene hydrochloride
ethoxide
ethoxides
ethoxies
ethoxy
ethoxybutamoxane

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