Participate in research
Below are ongoing clinical and observational trials, open to participation. Please click on the title below for more information.
Effects of LSD on brain activity and social behavior in romantic partners (you must participate with your partner)
Assessing habits after chocolate or nicotine
Microdosing with mescaline (observational study)
Safety and efficacy of low repeated doses of LSD as treatment for ADHD in adults
The study has been approved by the medical ethics committee METC azM/UM (METC20-037).
ADHD treatments survey
If you meet the inclusion criteria listed on the advertisement, please complete the survey by scanning the QR code or clicking the following link.
Effects of LSD on brain activity and social behavior
Microdosing with Mescaline
“Microdosing with Mescaline” Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology; Maastricht University ERCPN code: 215_06_11_2019 The University of Maastricht has started a study regarding the effects of mescaline (found in cacti like San Pedro) microdosing on mental wellbeing and memory. For this study we seek males and females who intend to start microdosing with mescaline on their own initiative.… Continue reading Microdosing with Mescaline
3 Minutes of Mindfulness
“3 minutes of Mindfulness” Neuropsychology and Psychopharmacology; Maastricht University ERCPN code: 222_76_04_2020 The University of Maastricht has started a study regarding the effects of Mindfulness on mental wellbeing and memory. For this study we seek males and females who intend to start Mindfulness practice on own initiative. The study is conducted online. Before… Continue reading 3 Minutes of Mindfulness
The psychomotor effects of laughing gas
Nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas, is increasingly being encountered by the Dutch Police at traffic accident scenes. However, the police struggles to deal with this rising phenomenon. There is no research about the severity and duration of the effects of recreational nitrous oxide use on driving performance. Also, there is currently no established… Continue reading The psychomotor effects of laughing gas