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Effects of a hallucinogenic agent in totally blind subjects (1963)

Effects of a hallucinogenic agent in totally blind subjects (1963)

  1. Anonymous
    KRILL AE, ALPERT HJ, OSTFELD AM.

    Arch Ophthalmol. 1963 Feb;69:180-5.

    Study of the subjective effects of LSD in congenitally and non congenitally blind subjects. Describes the phenomenon of "visuals" seen by some of the subjects among many others.

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