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Psychedelics and Wellness Study (PAWS)

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Psychedelics and Wellness Study (PAWS)

The Psychedelics and Wellness Study (PAWS), is an anonymous online survey investigating the interrelationship between psychedelics and wellness. The study population is adults ages 18 and older that have taken a psychedelic at least once. The maximum sample size is 5,000 survey respondents. It is expected that this anonymous online survey will support the hypothesis that there is a robust interrelationship between past psychedelic use and its impact on wellness.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
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Psychedelics and Wellness Study (PAWS): An Online Anonymous Survey Investigating the Interrelationship Between Past Psychedelic Use and Its Impact on Levels of Wellness

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NCT04040582

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