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PSILOCYBIN RESEARCH AT JOHNS HOPKINS: A 2014 REPORT

@inproceedings{Jesse2014PSILOCYBINRA,
  title={PSILOCYBIN RESEARCH AT JOHNS HOPKINS: A 2014 REPORT},
  author={Robert Jesse and Roland R. Griffi},
  year={2014}
}
Historically, currently, and cross-culturally, profound mystical experiences are often reported as benefi cially life-changing, and certain plants and chemicals are reported as potent catalysts of those experiences. The research described here undertook to scientifi cally demonstrate a process using psilocybin that would occasion such events with high likelihood and reasonable safety. At least for individuals similar to those who have participated in the Hopkins psilocybin studies, we believe… 

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