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An article from 2006 pertaining to methodologies , Marko comments that "While insightful as to the timing of the various phases of the experience(e.g. onset, encounter, comedown), the results of these experiments only provide a real-time subjective assessment of the experience. This experimental methodology only provides a more objective understanding to the course of events during DMT inebriation."
  
In the mid-1960’s Timothy Leary made use of an engineered ‘experiential typewriter’
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(Leary 1965) to allow inebriated subjects to report back particular events during their DMT
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experience (Leary 1966). While insightful as to the timing of the various phases of the experience
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(e.g. onset, encounter, comedown), the results of these experiments only provide a
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*Rodriguez, Marko A. "A Methodology for Studying Various Interpretations of the
real-time subjective assessment of the experience. This experimental methodology only provides
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N,N-dimethyltryptamine-Induced Alternate Reality." 2006
a more objective understanding to the course of events during DMT inebriation.
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-A Methodology for Studying Various Interpretations of the
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N,N-dimethyltryptamine-Induced Alternate Reality�
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Marko A. Rodriguez May 25, 2006
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An article from 2006 pertaining to methodologies , Marko comments that "While insightful as to the timing of the various phases of the experience(e.g. onset, encounter, comedown), the results of these experiments only provide a real-time subjective assessment of the experience. This experimental methodology only provides a more objective understanding to the course of events during DMT inebriation."


Sources

  • Rodriguez, Marko A. "A Methodology for Studying Various Interpretations of the

N,N-dimethyltryptamine-Induced Alternate Reality." 2006