I am thinking of starting up a small explorative interview study of people who microdose psychedelics.
My name is Angela and I am conducting a research assignment. I’m looking to recruit respondents for a survey regarding the symptoms
One things we've excluded from this forum is a place where members can offer themselves up for studies and find resource links for off site studies.Last Post By: roxi2873 11-01-2017, 06:23
Researchers from Wright State University (Ohio) have been collaborating with Bluelight (allowing staff to provide feedback on their questionnaire) andLast Post By: Speed King 22-12-2016, 15:47
This is the place to discuss all your one-off questions and observations on the topics of pharmacology and drug chemistry.
Here's a link
why they use ketamine to anesthesize the animals before drug administration (see paper)??. Isnt ketamine and/or its metabolites potentially interfereLast Post By: DotChem Today, 00:43
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