This comic beautifully explains the issue. The politics of research are clearly on display here to. As a scientist and a clinician, I really appreciate the clear way you outlined what they did and the questions they were asking and the careful way they did not jump to conclusions. The world is neither park nor cage, but feeling makes it so. I also love the Led Zeppelin symbols at the end. And I've often observed, I never met a junkie who didn't have problems before the drugs.
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A good summary is in this comic by Stuart […]. Thank you for sharing this, you break it down in a way that people can understand. Find a cosy, traditional bar or join a beer tour to sample a range of delicious Belgian beers in Brussels, from light to dark and everything in between, ranking them among the very best in the Europe. Information on these can easily be accessed online. Your story is very similar to a friend of mine's. If I were in charge… - Shane's Soapbox 3 July Includes my reference list.
Rat Park drug experiment comic about addiction – Stuart McMillen comics
Kevin Nauss 1 May The result was a portrait of backyard society in double-exposure: I'd change that if I were you. It's not very comfortable to edit your comment when page scrolls instead of moving the cursor in the field. I am gonna watch out for brussels. Well done - and thank you for making this available.
It's a question, and we should be encouraged to think about it! Is an impoverished social and physical environment the root cause of addiction? Interesting, but I do wonder if part of the problem is insight? I totally understand where you are coming from but I believe that, that works for when there is a new drug that could be a cure for something and to see if it is safe for humans, they definitely need a test first. Gautham 15 March