Altering Consciousness: Multidisiplinary Perspectives
Etzel Cardeņa, Michael Winkelman
ABC-CLIO, May 18, 2011 - Psychology
This authoritative, multidisciplinary overview of altered states of consciousness (ASC) shows how their study is necessary to gain a fundamental understanding of human culture, history, and biology.
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Altering Consciousness: History, culture, and the humanities
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