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A COMPARISON OF CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE, D-AMPHETAMINE, AND PLACEBO IN THE TREATMENT OF THE HYPERKINETIC SYNDROME IN CHILDREN
JOEL P. ZRULL; JACK C. WESTMAN; BETTIE ARTHUR; WILLIAM A. BELL
Am J Psychiatry 1963;120:590-591.
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Dept. of Psychiatry, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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1. A multi-disciplinary program was developed for clinical study of psychoactive drugs with children.2. D-amphetamine tended to be more effective than chlordiazepoxide in the reduction of the manifestations of the hyperkinetic syndrome.3. Both chlordiazepoxide and d-amphetamine tended to be more effective than the placebo.

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