Chemical Concepts of Psychosis: Proceedings of the Symposium on Chemical Concepts of Psychosis Held at the Second International 1958
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Abstract: It has long been known that a number of drugs or chemicals are capable of inducing psychic disturbances. Recent reports on central nervous system effects of certain neurohumors and chemically related agents prompted us to investigate some humoral aspects of psychoses. Hofmann discovered that LSD-25 induces psychotic phenomena in man, a finding which was described in detail by Stoll (14). Amin and his coworkers (1) found to be present in the brain an agent which is related to LSD-25, and which was identified as… Show more

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