LSD-induced entropic brain activity predicts subsequent personality change.

  title={LSD-induced entropic brain activity predicts subsequent personality change.},
  author={Alexander V. Lebedev and Mendel Kaelen and Martin L{\"o}vd{\'e}n and Jenny Nilsson and Amanda Feilding and David J Nutt and Robin L Carhart-Harris},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  volume={37 9},
Personality is known to be relatively stable throughout adulthood. Nevertheless, it has been shown that major life events with high personal significance, including experiences engendered by psychedelic drugs, can have an enduring impact on some core facets of personality. In the present, balanced-order, placebo-controlled study, we investigated biological predictors of post-lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) changes in personality. Nineteen healthy adults underwent resting state functional MRI… CONTINUE READING
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