On Being Stoned

A Psychological Study of Marijuana Intoxication

by Charles T. Tart, Ph.D.


Part I: Studying Marijuana Intoxication

  1. Marijuana
  2. The Nature of Drug-Induced States of Consciousness
  3. Method of Study
  4. One Hundred and Fifty Experienced Marijuana Users
  5. Methods of Analysis

Part II: Phenomenology of Marijuana Intoxication

  1. Vision
  2. Hearing
  3. Touch, Temperature, Taste, and Smell
  4. Space and Time
  5. Ostensible Paranormal Phenomena (ESP)
  6. The Body
  7. Social Interaction
  8. Sexuality
  9. Cognitive Processes: Memory
  10. Cognitive Processes: Thought
  11. Emotions
  12. Control
  13. Identity
  14. Spiritual Experiences
  15. Sleep and Dreams
  16. "Desirable" and "Undesirable" Effects
  17. Aftereffects
  18. Miscellaneous Effects

Part III: Relationships

  1. Levels of Intoxication
  2. Experience in Using Drugs
  3. Meditation and Growth
  4. Age, Sex, and Educational Level
  5. Alcohol and Marijuana
  6. More Powerful Psychdelics (LSD) and Marijuana
  7. Factor Analysis: Dimensions of Intoxication
  8. Summary

On Being Stoned ©1971 by Science and Behavior Books
Published by Science and Behavior Books, Palo Alto, California
ISBN 0-8314-0027-7

On Being Stoned is available on the Lycaeum by permission of the Author

Made possible by: Charles H. Tart and books@lycaeum.org
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