Psychedelics Today is sharing this research project from Naropa in hopes that some with adequate experience may contribute! Below is a message and invitation from the Naropa University team.
We are a team of researchers from Naropa University investigating the effects of N, N-Dimethyltryptamine (N, N-DMT), an illegal substance.
We are inviting you to participate and/or promote our survey about DMT through your individual connections, your group’s email list, and social media platforms. This is an anonymous questionnaire to gather preliminary data about the potential risks and benefits associated with taking DMT. The data that we collect will ultimately be used to create a protocol for extended state DMT research.
Responses will benefit those who choose to use DMT in the future, as well as help the scientific community to obtain more information about a sparsely researched topic.
To participate in this survey, please click on the following link: https://survey.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_245uviVxh3H7aV7 and you will be directed to a consent form. If you agree to the consent by clicking on the arrow at the bottom of the screen, you will be directed to the beginning of the survey.
If you know people who might be willing to participate, please forward this email to your contacts, or share the link on your social media and/or website.
- Anyone who has ever used DMT in any setting is welcomed to reply.
- This survey should take about an hour to complete. Participants can choose to stop responding at any time and may return at their convenience.
- Participants can use their phone, tablet, or computer to respond.
- There are no compensations or incentives provided.
- Responses will not be connected to any identifying information.
If you have any questions, or experience any difficulties accessing the link or completing the survey, please contact Dr. Carla J. Clements ( firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Travis Cox ( email@example.com).
We appreciate your support.
Dr. Carla J. Clements, BCPC LPC
Dr. Travis Cox, Ecopsychology Professor Naropa University
Andrew Linares, Registered Psychotherapist
Rosario Vergara, Registered Psychotherapist
Mozelle E. DeLong, Registered Psychotherapist.