Clinical applications of hallucinogens: A review.

  title={Clinical applications of hallucinogens: A review.},
  author={Albert Perez Garcia-Romeu and Brennan Kersgaard and Peter H. Addy},
  journal={Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology},
  volume={24 4},
Hallucinogens fall into several different classes, as broadly defined by pharmacological mechanism of action, and chemical structure. These include psychedelics, entactogens, dissociatives, and other atypical hallucinogens. Although these classes do not share a common primary mechanism of action, they do exhibit important similarities in their ability to occasion temporary but profound alterations of consciousness, involving acute changes in somatic, perceptual, cognitive, and affective… CONTINUE READING
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