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#1 Posted : 3/21/2017 9:53:16 PM

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I'm sure most of you are aware of the cutting psychedelic research being conducted by Imperial College London. The psychedelic research team there are a great bunch of guys doing amazing and important work. A survey just released by them, it is anonymous and seeking feedback from people who plan on taking a psychedelic trip within the next two months. Any and all feedback I'm sure would be very much appreciated.

https://www.psychedelicsurvey.com/

Inspiring collaboration for better research

The Psychedelic Survey is an initiative set up by researchers at Imperial College London in collaboration with a team of web-designers. It is open to anyone who plans to take a psychedelic in the upcoming months. No matter how or where – We would like to hear about your experience. Your feedback will play an important role in improving our understanding of psychedelics.

Participation is easy

If you plan on taking a psychedelic drug in the next two months, then you can sign up for our cohort study below with your first name, e-mail address, and the date of your planned psychedelic experience. This study is developed by Imperial College London. In this study, we will send you a link to a survey at five time points, before and after your experience. The completion time of the survey varies, but none take longer than 40 minutes and one takes only 5 minutes. You can complete each survey in your own time and pace. All data will remain anonymous, and will be stored securely and encrypted.
 

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