Influence of environmental context on tolerance to LSD-induced behavior in primates

@article{Schlemmer1986InfluenceOE,
  title={Influence of environmental context on tolerance to LSD-induced behavior in primates},
  author={R. Francis Schlemmer and Carol Nawara and WILLIAM J. Heinze and John Manley Iii Davis and Claire D. Advokat},
  journal={Biological Psychiatry},
  year={1986},
  volume={21},
  pages={314-317}
}
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Acute Effects of LSD on Rhesus Monkey Operant Test Battery Performance

Hallucinogens and Related Drugs

The drugs discussed in this chapter produce more intense changes and often yield abnormal sensory inputs of a predominantly visual nature (illusions or hallucinations), even at low doses.

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