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Jon Williams Annotated Bibliography PSY 106: Professor Glanstman Barbosa, P. C., Giglio, J., & Dalgalarrondo, P. (2005). Altered states of consciousness and short- term psychological after-effects induced by the first time ritual use of ayahuasca in an urban context in brazil. Journal of psychoactive drugs, , 37 , 193-201. Retrieved october 6, 2011, from the PsycInfo database. This article describes an experiment conducted with first time users of the hallucinogenic plant known as Ayahuasca. The plant is normally only used in the religious rituals of Amazonian natives, but researchers wanted further insight on the drug because of its powerful positive-hallucination inducing properties. Most people experience Ayahuasca in a sacrament like setting with strong preconceived notions on what to expect, meaning their experience is initially biased towards positive results. This experiment consisted of a psychological evaluation of subjects before and after the Ayahuasca experience, and emphasized the importance of the suggestibility of sunject’s perception of Ayahuasca
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