Fifty Years of LSD: Current Status and Perspectives of Hallucinogens
This volume is the proceedings of the Symposium of the Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences held in Lugano-Agno in Switzerland in September 1993. It includes chapters in pharmacological, psychopathological and clinical aspects of LSD and hallucinogenic drug use in medicine, in addition to a personal historical account of the discovery of LSD by Professor Albert Hofmann, as well as social and cultural aspects of LSD.
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History of the discovery of
common sites of neuronal
Ethnopharmacology of LSD and related compounds
Experience of time and space in model psychoses
Evidence for a corticalsubcortical imbalance of sensory information
Psychological aspects of altered states of consciousness of the
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