Drugs and the Neuroscience

Psychology

Quiz 12 :

Psychedelic Drugs

Quiz 12 :

Psychedelic Drugs

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Annette ingests LSD. She finds that her sensory experiences are more refined and salient. How does LSD alter Annette's brain function to produce this effect?
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Psychedelic drugs fall into three general categories: ____.
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Drugs that induce a reality-altering experience consisting of hallucinations, sensory distortions, or delusions are referred to as ____.
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Ashley ingests "shrooms" to experience a hallucination. The main psychoactive constituent in hallucinogenic mushrooms is ____.
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The most representative hallucinogen is ____.
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During the psychoanalysis era, psychiatrists used LSD to ____.
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An LSD trip associated with disturbing true hallucinations, psychotic episodes, negative emotional states, altered perceptions of time, and out-of-body sensations is referred to as a ____ trip.
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Which hallucinogen is also produced endogenously by the body?
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Who is credited with the accidental discovery of LSD's hallucinogenic effects at Sandoz Laboratories in 1943?
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The chemical structure of LSD resembles ____ chemical structure.
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Postdoctoral research fellow Jessica administers LSD directly into the prefrontal cortex of a rat via cannulization, leading to the activation of 5-HT2A receptors. What should happen in response to this LSD administration?
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Sandra uses a normal-range dose of LSD. What type of physiological changes can she expect?
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An LSD trip characterized by having highly desirable sensory distortions and pseudo-hallucinations is referred to as a ____ trip.
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Primitive cultures used hallucinogenic plants as psychic medicines to treat maladies, communicate with gods, and ____.
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Kyle ingests peyote cactus to experience a hallucination. What active ingredient in the peyote cactus produces these hallucinations?
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Which statement best reflects the role of serotonin-like hallucinogens in producing subjective and physiological effects in humans?
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After ingesting LSD, Margetta notices that every time her friend opens her mouth to speak, she sees a kaleidoscope of colors emitting from her mouth - instead of hearing sounds. The phenomenon that best describes this is ____.
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The overall hallucinogenic experience is called a ____.
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What lead to the decline of therapeutic LSD use in psychoanalytical practices?
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Marco ingests LSD, leading to disruption of modal object completion. Based on disruption to his modal object completion, how would a square border of dots (spaced closely together) appear to Marco?
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