May LSD and music have always shared a strong and strange relationship. The hallucinogenic drug has famously inspired great musicians like Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix, as well as revolutionary groups like Pink Floyd and Jefferson Airplane. This apparent correlation between LSD and music is more than an artistic common ground for visionary musicians and day trippers. Researchers have discovered that listening to music while tripping can actually alter the effects of the drug on a neurological level. Mendel Kaelen, a PhD student in neuroscience at Imperial College, has led several studies regarding the effects of music and psychedelic drugs in human trials. One of his many responsibilities for the endeavor was designing the perfect playlist for a scientifically-sanctioned psychedelic trip. One of the factors that make LSD testing so difficult is the stark and sterilized setting of the scientific workplace itself. Using LSD in an antiseptic research environment can distress patients easily due to how powerfully the environment can influence the tripper.
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Since its 60s counterculture heyday , LSD has been closely associated with music. But it's not just artistic proclivities that link them: Researchers have found that listening to music can actually affect the LSD experience on a neurological level—and they have brain scans to back it. Mendel Kaelen, a PhD student in neuroscience at Imperial College, has led several studies investigating the combined influence of music and psychedelic drugs in human trials. One of the challenges? Choosing the music. In recent trials, it's been Kaelen's responsibility among other things to design the perfect playlist for a scientifically-sanctioned psychedelic trip with strict research requirements—a task that requires both a creative sensibility and a respect for the rigorous framework of scientific procedures. He explained that the need to include music in these trials is borne directly from the rising interest in studying psychedelic drugs and considering how they could be used therapeutically: One of the main purposes of the Imperial College team's research with these substances is to explore how they might be used to help treat mental illnesses such as depression. The idea of incorporating music into psychedelic therapy isn't new; it was a point of great interest to music therapists in the 60s. But Kaelen is trying to ground it in a solid scientific framework.
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