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Unformatted text preview: In many cultures, I am a widely used recreational drug. After you have used me, your judgment will be strongly impaired and it will be difficult to pay attention to anything beyond your immediate surroundings. If you use a lot of me at one time, you might experience disorganized thinking and physical coordination. What drug am I? Drug #5: I am a stimulant with some of the qualities of a hallucinogen. When you use me, you might feel pleasure, elation, empathy, and warmth. After you have used me, you might feel really bummed out for a while because of serotonin depletion. In laboratory experiments with rats, I have produced long-lasting damage to the axon terminals of neurons. What drug am I? Drug #6: I am a class of drugs used frequently in treatment of pain. I operate my imitating endorphins and can also lead to feelings of euphoria. I am generally highly addictive and if you take too much of me you might go into a coma and/or die. What drug am I?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Passer during the Spring '07 term at University of Washington.
- Spring '07