Neuroscience and psychopharmacology have brought considerable changes to the field of psychiatry. Given the glut of new information and ever-quickening developments, psychiatrists can face complex challenges when faced with certain clinical decisions. This book is designed to alleviate some of that confusion. Rather than providing treatment guidelines, it highlights the different available avenues of treatment. Decision Making in Psychopharmacology is intended to stimulate discussion and clear thinking about the evaluative process. Summaries of all the main diagnostic groups are presented to ensure that medics fully understand them and can grasp the developments.