Ketamine perturbs perception of the flow of time in healthy volunteers

  title={Ketamine perturbs perception of the flow of time in healthy volunteers},
  author={Jennifer T. Coull and Hannah L. Morgan and Victoria C. Cambridge and James W. Moore and Francesco Giorlando and Ram Adapa and Philip Corlett and Paul C. Fletcher},
Disturbances in the subjective experience of time have been observed both in schizophrenia and following acute administration of ketamine. However, effects of ketamine on more objective timing tasks have not yet been measured in humans, nor has it been established that timing effects are not merely secondary to a more general dysfunction in working memory (WM). In a double-blind placebo-controlled crossover study, we characterised the effects of ketamine (100 ng/ml blood plasma level) on… CONTINUE READING

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