Main article: Parasympathomimetic drug

A cholinergic drug, also known as a cholinergic agent, is any drug that functions to enhance the effects mediated by acetylcholine in the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system, or both. These include acetylcholine's precursors and cofactors, acetylcholine receptor agonists and cholinergic enzymes.A full listing is available in the template below but those of most interest to psychologists include:



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