Psychedelic Research and Knowledge Sharing

Psychedelic Survey is a collaborative platform powering today's psychedelic renaissance with stronger knowledge sharing and by giving people around the world the ability to help psychedelic science with their own meaningful experiences.

Studies

You can take part in any of the studies listed below. Your help is very much appreciated!

Results

Below you'll find previous studies hosted via Psychedelic Survey, and their results.

Cohort Study

March 2017 - October 2018


Cohort study, also known as the "Psychedelic Survey" study, was the initial study conducted using Psychedelic Survey. The focus of the study was to look into the effects of psychedelics taken outside of a clinical context.


Microdosing Survey Study

March 2018 - October 2020


The Microdosing Survey Study was done by the Psychedelic Research Group at Imperial College London. The aim of the study was to collect data on the process of microdosing a classic psychedelic substance (i.e. psilocybin, LSD/1P-LSD, ayahuasca, AL-LAD, salvia divinorum, DMT, 5-MeO-DMT, iboga/ibogaine or mescaline).


Research Papers: Coming soon!

Psychedelic Ceremony Study

March 2018 - October 2020


The psychedelic ceremony survey was a project run by the Psychedelic Research Group at Imperial College London. Its aim was to collect data on the psychological effects of guided psychedelic and plant medicine use, ranging from healing ceremonies with ayahuasca to supervised ibogaine treatment.


Research Papers: Coming soon!

Self-blinding Microdose Study

March 2018 - October 2020


The goal behind Self-blinding microdose study, developed by Balazs Szigeti, was to test whether psychedelics microdosing has any effects beyond the placebo on psychological well-being and cognitive function.


Research Papers: Coming soon!

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