This is volume 4 of the series The History of Psychopharmacology and the CINP, As Told in Autobiography.
The series covers in autobiographical accounts the fifty years that laid the foundation of neuropsychopharmacology In this fourth volume the story of the 1990s is complemented by reflections on twentieth-century psychopharmacology by the few of those who actively participated throughout the development of the field. The series represents the first source book for a field that has been virtually undocumented. Many of the stories have relevance to current research.
In view of this, to render the information in the four volumes accessible to readers, the series is complemented with a comprehensive cumulative index, and an appendix which includes a biographic register of all the contributors to the four volumes.