LSD Microdosing Doesn't Improve Cognition, But It May Still Be Helpful (Study Overview)

Thanks! Share it with your friends!

You disliked this video. Thanks for the feedback!

Agregado by Siulwon
34 Vistas
One of the first controlled studies of LSD microdosing has found it does not improve working memory and other aspects of cognition. However, it still has effects that could be beneficial for mental health.

Because this is a small study and formal tests of cognitive performance do not perfectly replicate real-world performance, microdosing could easily have an effect on cognition that was missed in this experiment.

TDC's written overview of the study:

Study link:

Donate to The Drug Classroom:

Bitcoin: 1HsjCYpBHKcVCaW4uKBraCGkc1LK8xoj1B


Thank you to TDC's Patreon supporters: Adrian Selnes, Ame McLetame, Ben Grubb, Ben Shipp, Charlie Quigley, Christian Wiens, Dane Overman, Dragonhax, Ferre Tahon, Ikaros, Jake Bradford, Jarrod o'connell, Jeison Pacateque, Jonah Smigle, Lorenzo Bellin, Maggie Danger, Marty Sederberg, michael hoogwater, Oliver Eriksson, Philip Clark, Preston Ringrose, Robert Slowley,, Sam A.


Facebook -
Twitter -
Email -
The Drug Classroom Other languages
Palabras Clave
microdosing, lsd, psychedelics, cognitive enhancers, psychedelic research, nootropics, cognition

Deja tu comentario

Inicia Sesión o Registrate para dejar comentarios.


Anímate! Se el primero en comentar este video