Study suggests belief-changing psychedelic experiences tend to increase the attribution of consciousness to other beings

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The attribution of consciousness to various entities often increases in the wake of belief-changing psychedelic experiences, according to new research published in Frontiers in Psychology. “I was interested in this as part of a wider interest in belief changes following psychedelic use — something that is taken for granted anecdotally but understudied,” explained study author Sandeep Nayak, a postdoctoral fellow at the Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research. “Specifically, I was interested in why psychedelic-associated belief changes seem to move in a similar direction…

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