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acetylcholine's affect on thought

David Lee 74467.3257 at CompuServe.COM
Fri Jul 21 10:57:01 EST 1995

I am searching for info and have yet to find any on psych lit re: 
the affect of acetylcholine on one's thought processes. I've read 
[but without citations] that a cholinergic dominated brain/mind 
state results in loss of reality testing and loosening of 
associations. Is there any experimental evidence of this, and if 
so, how would it work.

My interest in this is making sense of the neurobiological basis 
of primary process thought and it's non-logical, associational 
way of processing ideas and information. 



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