N. W. Winkelman

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University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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1942 AANP President

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Winkelman NW, Richards DJ. (1975) Double-blind evaluation of an analgesic-tranquilizer combination for treating musculoskeletal pain associated with anxiety. Current Therapeutic Research, Clinical and Experimental. 17: 352-60
Winkelman NW, Saul SD. (1974) The return of suggestion. The Psychiatric Quarterly. 48: 230-8
Winkelman NW, Saul SD. (1972) The riddle of suggestion. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 129: 477-81
Winkelman NW. (1971) Haloperidol as a treatment of anxiety in psychoneurotic patients. Current Therapeutic Research, Clinical and Experimental. 13: 451-6
Sarin LK, Leopold IH, Winkelman NW. (1966) Ocular examinations in outpatients given long-term chlorpromazine therapy. Jama. 198: 789-90
WINKELMAN NW. (1964) A CLINICAL AND SOCIO-CULTURAL STUDY OF 100 PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS STARTED ON CHLORPROMAZINE 20 AND ONE HALF YEARS AGO. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 120: 861-9
WINKELMAN NW. (1961) The inter-relationship between the physiological and psychological etiologies of akathisia. Revue Canadienne De Biologie / éDitéE Par L'Université De MontréAl. 20: 659-64
WINKELMAN NW. (1960) A long-term investigation of chlorpromazine: a study of constant and inconstant chlorpromazine administration over a period of six years with a discussion of the evolution of our theoretical thinking. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 116: 865-9
WINKELMAN NW. (1959) Evaluation of two ataractic agents; experience of one year with prochlorperazine and of seven months with benactyzine. Diseases of the Nervous System. 20: 27-30
WINKELMAN NW. (1958) A tribute to my father. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology. 17: 187-90
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