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Psychonautics : A Model and Method for Exploring the Subjective Effects of Psychoactive Drugs Written by Russell Newcombe Thursday , 16 December 1999 00 : 00 Psychonautics : A Model and Method for Exploring the Subjective Effects of Psychoactive Drugs

@inproceedings{Newcombe2017PsychonauticsA,
  title={Psychonautics : A Model and Method for Exploring the Subjective Effects of Psychoactive Drugs Written by Russell Newcombe Thursday , 16 December 1999 00 : 00 Psychonautics : A Model and Method for Exploring the Subjective Effects of Psychoactive Drugs},
  author={D. R. Newcombe and Ms. Michelle Johnson},
  year={2017}
}
Effective drug policies need grounding in scientific knowledge of the effects of psychoactive drugs, yet relevant research is scarce – particularly studies of the subjective experience of drug intoxication. Such research is now increasingly urgent both because of the unprecedented increase in the prevalence and consumption of illicit drugs over the last decade and also because of the relatively small but growing numbers of people experimenting with a range of hallucinogenic drugs (e.g. in the… CONTINUE READING
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