On being stoned;: A psychological study of marijuana intoxication,

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Marijuana and the perception of affect

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Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of California, Berkeley Bustamente, J. International Congress of Psychology, 18th Proceedings, vol. Henriksson, B. Psychopharmacologia Berl. Hollister, L.

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Science , 21—28 Marijuana: a signal of misunderstanding. Melges, F. Overton, D. In: Stimulus properties of drugs, T. Thompson and I. Pickens, eds. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts a. In: The biology of alcoholism. To the contrary, the psychological effects of THC - the stuff in cannabis that gets you stoned - can be profoundly affective.

While the precise mechanisms of cannabinoid interactions with the brain has been a focus of scientific investigation since the discovery of THC receptor sites in , the phenomenology of altered states of consciousness under the influence of cannabis has been extensively studied and its effects are well known to include: exuberance of spirits and emotional excitement; constant theorising and pronounced forgetfulness ; heightened sensory awareness; plus a distorted, or elongated, perception of time passing. Not to mention the munchies. Of all the perceptual changes that accompany the state that Charles T.

Tart, in his Psychological Study of Marijuana Intoxication, On Being Stoned , called 'marijuana intoxication', he found the most characteristic effect to be an auditory one, enabling users to hear more subtle changes in sounds so that the notes of music are purer and more distinct and the rhythm stands out more.


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This is experienced very often or usually by almost all users and occurs at a low level of intoxication. As Peter Webster notes in his essay, Marijuana and Music , 'one of the more remarkable effects noticed in the state of consciousness brought on by marijuana use is a greatly enhanced appreciation of music.

On Being Stoned: A Psychological Study of Marijuana Intoxication by Charles T. Tart

The effect seems to be almost universal and does not fade with experience'. Mr Webster's essay - in which he constructs a hypothesis that the effects of cannabis upon the short-term memories of virtuoso musicians prompted the evolution of improvisational jazz - is a contribution to Lester Grinspoon's collection of accounts of the creative use of cannabis, Marijuana Uses.

Dr Grinspoon, the pioneering advocate of medicinal cannabis, tells how he abstained from partaking of the drug himself until a year or so after his seminal book, Marihuana Reconsidered , was published in Finally, he decided the time had come to experiment and he and his wife, Betsy, tried it a couple of times at parties, but felt nothing. On the third attempt, at last they crossed the Rubicon: 'The first thing I noticed, within a few minutes of smoking, was the music; it was Sgt.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. This music was not unfamiliar to me, as it was a favorite of my children, who constantly filled the house with the sound of the Beatles, the Grateful Dead and other popular rock bands of the time. They frequently urged me to get my "head out of classical music and try listening to rock. On that evening I did "hear" it.