Infographic: The Brain on Psychedelics Understanding how hallucinogenic drugs affect different neural networks could shed light on their therapeutic potential. © CATHERINE DELPHIAKey brain areas involved in the effects of psychedelic drugs are located in the default mode network (DMN),
David Nutt The Psychedelic Crusader In a society where almost all drugs have negative associations, it’s hard to have an open and rational discussion about their potential miraculous effects. /.post__head 52 Insights David Nutt The Psychedelic Crusader • 12th/Jan/2017
Functional Connectivity Measures After Psilocybin Inform a Novel Hypothesis of Early Psychosis Psilocybin is a classic psychedelic and a candidate drug model of psychosis. This study measured the effects of psilocybin on resting-state network and thalamocortical functional connectivity (FC) using functional
LSD enhances suggestibility in healthy volunteers Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) has a history of use as a psychotherapeutic aid in the treatment of mood disorders and addiction, and it was also explored as an enhancer of mind control. Objectives The
User perceptions of the benefits and harms of hallucinogenic drug use: A web-based questionnaire study This study used a web-based questionnaire to investigate user perceptions of the benefits and harms of hallucinogenic drug use. Over 600 forms were submitted.
Finding the Self by Losing the Self: Neural Correlates of Ego-Dissolution Under Psilocybin Ego-disturbances have been a topic in schizophrenia research since the earliest clinical descriptions of the disorder. Manifesting as a feeling that one’s “self,” “ego,” or “I” is
Psilocybin may be useful in treating anxiety, addiction, and depression, and in studying the neurobiology of mystical experience. Extract from The Trip Treatment – The New Yorker On an April Monday in 2010, Patrick Mettes, a fifty-four-year-old television news director