- stimulant psychosis and hallucinations
- The term stimulant psychosis refers to a type of * psychosis attributable to intoxication with one or more substances from the group of CNS stimulants (or psychostimulants, as they are also called). Some examples of CNS stimulants are amphetamine, cocaine, dexamphetamine, methylamphetamine, methamphetamine, and methylphenidate. For more detailed information, see the entries Amphetamine psychosis and amphetamine-induced hallucination and Cocaine hallucinosis.ReferencesCurran, C., Byrappa, N., McBride, A. (2004). Stimulant psychosis: Systematic review. British Journal of Psychiatry, 185, 196-204.
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