Translational Psychiatry

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Acute effects of LSD on amygdala activity during processing of fearful stimuli in healthy subjects

F Mueller, C Lenz, P C Dolder, S Harder, Y Schmid, U E Lang, M E Liechti and S Borgwardt

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Table 1. Cumulative lifetime use of legal and illicit drugs of the included subjects

Nicotine Stimulants 
No. of subjects with regular use6/20No. of subjects who have ever used4/20
Cigarettes per day (mean/s.d./range)1.40/4.03/0–10Lifetime occasions (mean/s.d./range)0.35/0.5/0–2
 
Caffeine Sedatives 
No. of subjects with regular use20/20No. of subjects who have ever used0/20
Units per day (mean/s.d./range)3.05/1.96/1–8Lifetime occasions (mean/s.d./range)0/0/0
 
Alcohol Psychedelics 
No. of subjects with regular use20/20No. of subjects who have ever used2/20
Units per week (mean/s.d./range)4.50/2.89/1–10Lifetime occasions (mean/s.d./range)0.10/0/0–1
 
Cannabis Opioids 
No. of subjects who have ever used15/20No. of subjects who have ever used1/20
Lifetime occasions (mean/s.d./range)7.85/13.39/1–50Lifetime occasions (mean/s.d./range)0.05/0/0–1
 
MDMA Others 
No. of subjects who have ever used6/20No. subjects who have ever used0/20
Lifetime occasions (mean/s.d./range)0.60/0.89/0–3Lifetime occasions (mean/s.d./range)0/0/0

 Abbreviation: MDMA, 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine.

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