You can take part in any of the studies listed below. Your help is very much appreciated!
Attendees to Heroics Hearts' psychedelics retreats are invited to take part in this observational study. This will allow Imperial College in collaboration with Heroic Hearts to conduct...
The Holotropic Breathwork Survey aims to collect data on the process of taking part in an experience involving Holotropic Breathwork® in the context of future use.
Planning to participate in a guided psychedelic experience (e.g. a retreat or ceremony with ayahuasca or mushrooms)? Check out this study.
Are you planning to take a psychedelic, but not in a ceremonial context, and want to contribute your experience to science? In that case, this study is for you.
Are you planning to microdose and want to help science gain a better understanding of the effects? Check out The Microdosing Survey.
The Self-blinding microdose study intends to test whether psychedelics microdosing has any effects beyond the placebo on psychological well-being and cognitive function.
Have you had a DMT "Break-through" experience within the last month? If so, this study is for you!
Have you ever experienced a near-death experience AND a drug-induced psychedelic experience? In this case, this study is for you.
The 5-MeO-DMT Survey aims to collect data on the process of taking part in a psychedelic experience involving 5-MeO-DMT in the context of a new experience or experiences.
Have you had a serotonergic psychedelic (LSD, Magic Mushrooms, Mescaline, DMT, Ayahuasca) experience within the last month? If so, this study is for you!
Have a look at the scientific research papers and results from previous studies on Psychedelic Survey
Head of Psychedelic Research Group - Imperial College London
“Psychedelic Survey has revolutionised the way we can do psychedelic research. It gives us the ability to collect large datasets in a cost effective way that just isn't possible in controlled experiments. The prospective design is also unique, i.e. being able to track the whole process of change in relation to psychedelic use, from the beginning to the 'end'. It's not an exaggeration to say that these data we're collecting from Psychedelic Survey could shape the way we do psychedelic therapy work in the future.”
Academic Clinical Lecturer - Imperial College London
“There are both financial and logistical limitations to how large data-sets we can work with in experimental psychopharmacological. For the study of the psychedelic experience and its psychological/clinical potential, the Psychedelic Survey allows us - in a resource-saving manner - to harvest highly important knowledge from their naturalistic use. The survey serves as an invaluable hypothesis-creating and hypothesis-testing addition to our lab-based studies, and empowers wide collaborations between people across disciplines and geographical locations.”
“Innovative technologies has enabled us to do extraordinary work in every research field today, so why not also apply it to psychedelic research? I strongly believe that technologies like Psychedelic Survey can help this groundbreaking field reach its true potential and grow even faster and more effectively.”
“Psychedelic Survey embraces the beauty of simplicity both in its design and functionality. Giving people the ability to contribute to the research with their own meaningful experiences, in a simple way, and the fact that people want to do so - that's the beauty of it.”
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