Psychonauts’ psychedelics: A systematic, multilingual, web-crawling exercise

  title={Psychonauts’ psychedelics: A systematic, multilingual, web-crawling exercise},
  author={Valeria Catalani and John Martin Corkery and Amira Guirguis and Flavia Napoletano and Davide Arillotta and Caroline Zangani and Alessandro Emiliano Vento and Fabrizio Schifano},
  journal={European Neuropsychopharmacology},
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Psychedelic Mushrooms in the USA: Knowledge, Patterns of Use, and Association With Health Outcomes
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COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Substance Misuse: A Social Media Listening, Mixed Method Analysis
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