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Sense Perception & Emotion
Transcript of Sense Perception & Emotion
Cocaine is one of the most favored or abused substances in the world today.
It can produce hallucinations when used for a long time.
It can result in loss of taste or sense of smell. Sense Perception & Emotion Through Drugs By Estella, Sydney and Nirvan Emotional Impact of Drugs on Others Drug Stats - Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
Unpredictable, mood altering chemical
Pupil's dilate, body temperature increases, heart rate and blood pressure increase
Not considered addictive Knowledge Issues: What is 'realer' - your experience while under the influence of drugs, or not under the influence?
Dr. Tim Leary's 8 Circuits of Consciousness - Marijuana opens 5th Circuit, LSD opens 6th and 7th
Psychedelic refers to mind-expansion or to experiencing events that go beyond normal boundaries, (Humphrey Osmond 1956); is this a bad thing? (Conflict between morals and knowledge) Resembles serotonin - neurotransmitter, contributor to well-being and happiness
Alters and amplifies perceptions and feelings
Altered Sensory experience for 6-14 hours
Trails of moving objects, moving geometric patterns, hallucinations, intensified colours and brightness
Echoes, music intensification, noise separation Sense Perception Way in which we intake and interact with the world
Taste, Touch, Smell, Sound, Sight = modes of interaction Emotion Emotion - A natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
Automatic interior response to exterior happenings
‘Opposite’ of reason – depends entirely on past experience & personality Bibliography Effects on Emotion The drug triggers the neurotransmitters in the brain to release the maximum amounts of dopamine, (credited for feelings of elation or pleasure), at an instance. The area where the dopamine exits is then blocked.
It may ultimately decrease your ability to sense pleasure.
Cocaine users are at higher risk of extreme mental disorders.
When consumed in large amounts, can make a user paranoid, enormously aggressive and/or delusional.
Panic attacks and insomnia are common for cocaine users. Why Drugs? People do drugs for heightened sense perception and/or altered emotional state. Psychological: Physical/Chemical: Media influences drug usage.
Emotional attachment ensues not only for chemical effects but the way it changes social life, etc and the way one feels about themself. There is often an inverse effect-- emotion leads to drugs and vice versa.
Mood of people coming off of drugs is terrible. Effect on Emotion of Observers Seeing people on drugs can be very alarming, and even frightening. It also can make observers more likely to try drugs themselves.
People get used to being around drugs. Drugs become more normalized. "Bad" things are not considered as bad, leading to faulty judgment and skewed perspectives. We are taking into account both the effects on the individual drug user and the people who are around the user, and are literally perceiving the drugs, (as in seeing). Sense Perception: Mind-altering drugs can influence perception of time, thinking, behavior, and mood. Often abusers of these drugs experience severe depression, anxiety, paranoia, confusion, and terror. Emotional Effects on User: Bonsor, Kevin. "How Marijuana Works." How Stuff Works. HowStuffWorks Inc., n.d. Web. 17 Jan. 2013.Clark, Paul. "The 8-Circuit Model of Consciousness." Vaults of Erowid. N.p., n.d. Web. 2 Feb. 2013."DrugFacts: Marijuana." Drug Abuse. National Institutes of Health, Dec. 2012. Web. 17 Jan. 2013."Effects of Cannabis." Wikipedia. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Wikipedia. Web. 17 Jan. 2013.Leinwand, Donna. "A Strange New World of Teenage Drug Use." USA Today 28 Aug. 2001: 6D-7D. Sirs Researcher. Web. 17 Jan. 2013.Lemley, Brad. "Do You See What They See?" Discover Dec. 1999: 80-87. Sirs Researcher. Web. 17 Jan. 2013.Siegel, Lee. "LSD Studies Quietly Continue Long After Psychedelic Sixties: Hallucinogens May Hold Key to How the Brain Works." San Francisco Examiner [San Francisco] 14 Apr. 1991: D13. Sirs Researcher. Web. 17 Jan. 2013.
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"Effects of Crack Cocaine." Cocaine Help RSS. CocaineHelp, n.d. Web. Jan. 2013. <http://cocainehelp.promisblogs.com/effects-of-crack-cocaine/>. Emotion & Sense Perception The active chemical in Marijuana is THC Marijuana's effects include but are not limited to changes in mood, decreased heart rate, and increase of appetite. All/most things perceived through our senses has an emotional impact. Many things trigger a response or memory. Their Relationship How it works The THC in marijuana goes after or mimics certain neurotransmitters in the brain. This causes an interference with normal activity in the brain. The neurotransmitters that THC affects control short-term memory, coordination, learning, and problem solving. These are some of the physical reactions, but the neurotransmitters also affect the way we perceive emotion. Many marijuana users say that it makes them feel very mellow and relaxed.