Experiential Typewriter

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In the mid-1960’s Timothy Leary made use of an engineered ‘experiential typewriter’ (Leary 1965) to allow inebriated subjects to report back particular events during their DMT experience (Leary 1966). 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. -A Methodology for Studying Various Interpretations of the N,N-dimethyltryptamine-Induced Alternate Reality� Marko A. Rodriguez May 25, 2006