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INTOXICATION LEVELS, AUDIO PHENOMENA Just Fairly Strongly Very Strongly Maximum Type size code: CHARACTERISTIC COMMON INFREQUENT Rare Sounds blurry SYNESTHESIA, VISUAL-AUDITORY QUALITY OF OWN VOICE CHANGES SPACE BECOMES AN AUDITORY SPACE GREATER SPATIAL SEPARATION BETWEEN SOUND SOURCES AUDITORY IMAGES MORE VIVID UNDERSTAND THE WORDS OF SONGS BETTER HEAR MORE SUBTLE CHANGES IN SOUND Just Fairly Strongly Very Strongly Maximum LEVELS OF INTOXICATION FOR AUDITORY PHENOMENA Figure 7-3 orders the various auditory effects by level of intoxication. Overall differences are very significant (p<<< .0005). Experiential enhancement and enrichment of sounds appears at the very low levels of intoxication and progresses to vivid auditory images and changes in space perception in accordance with sound in the middle ranges of intoxication. Synesthesia may appear above this, and the (4 of 6)4/15/2004 7:05:59 AM On Being Stoned - Chapter 7 rare effect of sounds' becoming blurry and indistinct may appear at the next-to-highest possible level. MODULATING FACTORS Table 7-1 summarizes those background factors that have a relatively linear effect. TABLE 7-1 EFFECTS OF BACKGROUND FACTORS ON HEARING BACKGROUND FACTORS EFFECTS More Drug Experience More frequent: Auditory space More intoxicated for: Auditory space Less frequent: Understanding words of songs better Meditation More intoxicated for: Auditroy imagery better Less frequent: Auditory imagery better Less intoxicated for: Auditory space More educated Less intoxicated for: Auditory space Older More frequent: Auditory imagery better Less frequent: Own voice changes Males More intoxicated for: Synesthesia Although several background factors have a relatively linear effect on the phenomenon of experiencing space as an auditory space, total marijuana use has a curvilinear effect. Moderate Total users have Very Strongly/Maximum indicated as the minimal level almost as frequently as Fairly/Strongly, while the Light and Heavy Total users peak sharply at Fairly/Strongly. Overall, auditory effects are infrequently affected by background factors. SUMMARY In general we may note that effects on sound perception are some of the most characteristic effects of (5 of 6)4/15/2004 7:05:59 AM On Being Stoned - Chapter 7 marijuana. Every effect here but one was at least common; one (subtle changes in sounds) was the most characteristic effect found in the entire study, and many others were characteristic. Further, all of these effects were perceived as emotionally pleasant or cognitively interesting, leading to greatly enhanced enjoyment of sound and music. The only exception was the blurring of sounds, which was one of the rarest effects in the study, occurring primarily at very high levels of intoxication, and was never experienced at all by most users. The earlier discussion (Chapter 6) about perception as an active pattern-making process is applic ??? ?? ?? Email Google.Com, ??? GOOGLE.COM ??? GOOGLE.COM ??? , ?????? RF?? ?? EMail google.com, ?? ?? ?????? google.com ???? , , ??? ?? Email Google.Com, ??????? ??? ?? 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The subject apprehends a reality, explores a (9 of 34)4/15/2004 1:07:27 AM The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 7 subjective realm which reverberates in his own psyche, accepts the total reality of a given phenomenon without regard to external validation, and in a sense defines the configurations of the experience completely. For this level of meaning we must, of course, ask the marijuana user what are the effects of the drug. We must rely on his descriptions of the high to know anything about the subjective lineaments of the experience. In our interview we included the question: I want you in as much detail as you can, describe to me everything that happens to you when you get high the high and everything else. Try to describe it to a person who has never been high before; please include everything that you feel, think, perceive, etc., whatever it is. Of our 204 respondents, seven said that they had never been high, and six said that they had, but claimed not to be able to describe it in any way, holding that its reality was too subjective and elusive for description. Our information, therefore, is based on the 191 individuals who said that they had been high and offered to describe their experience. It must be remembered that this was an open-ended question, with no attempt to structure the responses in any way. This has both virtues and flaws. On the one hand, we did not force any responses on the interviewees. On the other hand, their answers might, by their own admission, be incomplete; they did not necessarily think of all the effects of the drug in an artificial interview situation, to a stranger. However, we assume that the ones they mentioned will be most salient to them, a not unreasonable assumption, although one not in every instance correct. A structured question will also yield a far higher overall response rate. If we had asked our interviewees directly whether or not marijuana had an impact on, say, their conception of time, more than one-quarter would have agreed that it did. Every effect would have drawn greater agreement, but the rank-order of effects should be roughly the same with the two techniques. This contention is born out when our data are compared with studies wherein a direct closed-choice question is asked for each effect. For instance, in an informal study of seventy-four marijuana users in New York, 91 percent agreed that marijuana made them feel more relaxed, 85 percent said that being high makes music sound better, 66 percent said that the drug helps a person feel more sociable at a party, and 35 percent claimed that it helps a person understand himself better (62 percent disagreed with the last effect).15 The structured question, however, was unworkable for my study, due to the diversity of responses; we could not have offered every possible effect as an alternative, for we would have had no t The 5"-hydroxy </p> <h2> -- Tuesday, September 26, 2017 11:37:59 PM </h2> <h2> ??? ?? ?? ???? google.com </h2> <p><img border="4" src="/images/Cannagenetics-Purchase-Marijuana-Seeds.jpg" alt=" Feullestrain" style="float: center" > , inserted in place ofC-1 or C-5 </p> <h2> ??? ?? ?? Email Google.Com</h2> <p>mptoms and Thought Disorders in Users of Marihuana and LSD as Observed in Psychotherapy," unpublished manuscript (Baltimore: Sinai Hospital 1969). (back) 30. The most well-known of the cannabis laboratory experiments are those conducted in the Addiction Research Center in Lexington, Kentucky. (Actually, THC is used, not natural marijuana.) See Harris Isbell et al., "Effects of (-)A9-Trans-Tetrahydrocannabinol in Man," Psychopharmacologia 1l (1967): 184-188, and Harris Isbell and D. R. Jasinski, (22 of 25)4/15/2004 1:04:59 AM The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 5 "A Comparison of LSD-25 with (-)A9-Trans-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Attempted Cross Tolerance between LSD and THC," Psychopharmacologia 14 (1969): 115-123. See also Reese T. Jones and George C. Stone, "Psychological Studies of Marijuana and Alcohol in Man" (Paper presented at the 125th Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Bal Harbour, Fla., May 1969). (back) 31. The use of hashish in America is, as we stated earlier, increasing rapidly certainly much faster than the use of the less potent cannabis preparations. As a rough indication of this trend, consider the fact that more hashish was seized by the United States Customs in the year 1967-1968 than in the previous twenty years combined. See The New York Times, September 19, 1968: The California police in 1968 seized over seven thousand grams of hashish, whereas none was recorded as having been seized in 1967. (In neither year was a category for hashish provided on the official police forms.) See State of California, Department of Justice, Bureau of Criminal Statistics, Drug Arrests and Dispositions in California, 1968 (Sacramento, 1969), pp. 40-41. In 1969, this tendency was further accelerated by the "Great Marijuana Drought" caused by increased federal vigilance in reducing the quantity of Mexican marijuana entering the country. Thus, hashish, which comes from Asia, was more in demand and imported in far greater volume than previously. And, of course, used with greater frequency. (back) 32. American Medical Association, Council on Mental Health, "Marihuana and Society," The Journal of the American Medical Association 204, no. 13 (June 24, 1968): 1181. (back) 33. Edward R. Bloomquist, Marijuana (Beverly Hills, Calif.: Glencoe Press, 1968) p. 102. For some of the Oriental studies on marijuana use referred to, see Ahmed Benabud, "Psycho-Pathological Aspects of the Cannabis Situation in Morocco: Statistical Data for 1956," United Nations Bulletin on Narcotics 9, no. 4 (October-December 1957): 1-16; Ram Nath Chopra, Gurbakhsh Singh Chopra, and Ismir C. Chopra "Cannabis Sativa in Relation to Mental Diseases and Crime in India," Indian Journal of Medical Research 30 (January 1942): 155-171; Ram Nath Chopra and Gurbakhsh Singh Chopra, The Present Position of Hemp-Drug Addiction in India, Indian research Memoirs, no. 31 (July 1939); Constandinos J. Miras, "Report of the U. C. L. A. Semina <img src="/images/What-Should-Tds-Be-When-Using-To-Water-Marajuana.j" alt=" Cannabis Keyboard Symbol" style="float: right" > Synthesis of other THCs and Related Cannabinoids 225 - CsHu c </p> </div> <div id="sidebar"> <h2> ??? ?? ?? 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