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ty. I don't know any
marijuana smokers by name, so I am simply putting these questionnaires out in places where marijuana
smokers may have a chance to pick them up, and just handing them to people who might or might not
know smokers, until this finally reaches you, with me having no idea of the route. In turn, please take as
many questionnaires from whatever source you get this as you think you can pass on to other marijuana
smokers. The more returns I can get, the more revealing this research will be.
I'm asking for about an hour or two of your time. In return, you will eventually know a lot more about
the psychological effects of marijuana, and the scientific community will learn even more (considering
the starting level); hopefully this knowledge will eventually result in more rational attitudes toward
If you can't fill this out, through lack of time or experience, please pass this material and any other
sets of it you have along to someone who can.
CHARLES T. TART, PH.D.
Because most users experience a variety of intoxication phenomena by the third or fourth time they
use marijuana, I selected the cutoff of a dozen uses to define an "experienced" user. As noted in Chapter
4, all the users who returned the questionnaire were far above this minimal cutoff.
The questionnaire consisted of three parts: (1) instructions; (2) background information questions
(reported on in Chapters 4 and 5) covering such things as age, sex, occupation, education, history of
drug use, and so forth; and (3) 220 descriptions of effects the users might have experienced. (The
questionnaire is reproduced in full in Appendix B.)
Instructions for Filling Out the Questionnaire
The following instructions were attached to each questionnaire:
Do not put your name on this questionnaire or otherwise identify yourself.
The first two pages of the questionnaire are self-explanatory questions about your
background, how much you've used pot, and your experiences with other drugs.
The rest of the questionnaire consists of statements describing a wide variety of
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experiences people have reported having while stoned. These descriptive statements have
been taken from a wide variety of different people's accounts and it is unlikely that any
single person has experienced all of the things described.
The statements are grouped into categories, such as Vision Effects, Hearing Effects,
changes in Space-Time Perception, and so on. Some descriptive statements are relevant to
more than one such category, but they are only listed under one, in order to keep this
questionnaire as short as possible.
Each statement describes a particular kind of experience, for example, "I can see more
subtle shades of color." The sense of each statement is that whatever effect is described, it
is considerably stronger or somehow different when stoned than i
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