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Ketamine-induced state models schizophrenia

15 May 2015|Comments Off on Ketamine-induced state models schizophrenia

In the 1950’s, research on the psychoactive properties of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) led scientists to the serotonin hypothesis of schizophrenia, a theory still used to explain the neurochemical roots of schizophrenia. Today, Höflich […]

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Book Review: Xenolinguistics – Psychedelics, Language, and the Evolution of Consciousness

29 April 2015|Comments Off on Book Review: Xenolinguistics – Psychedelics, Language, and the Evolution of Consciousness

Psychedelic research always in some way evokes what David Chalmers has called the “hard problem of consciousness”. How does experience arise from physical activity in the brain and, to apply this problem to psychedelics, how does the alteration of the chemistry […]

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Lecture University of Groningen: The comeback of psychedelic science

25 April 2015|Comments Off on Lecture University of Groningen: The comeback of psychedelic science

At Monday May 18th, there will be a lecture by Joost Breeksema, the president of OPEN, at the University of Groningen. This lecture is organized by the English lecture committee of student society VIP (Psychology […]