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istically finds his movement seems exceptionally well
coordinated: "When I move about or dance, my motions seem exceptionally
smooth and well coordinated" (7%, 9%, 28%, 33%, 20%). This is reported
as occurring more frequently by females (p <.05) and by Non-users of
Psychedelics (p <.
It begins to occur at Moderate to Strong levels of
intoxication (7%,31%, 37%, 13%, 1%), with Weekly users needing to be more intoxicated than Occasional or
Daily users for this (p <.05, overall).
The converse effect, "When I move about or dance, my motions seem awkward and uncoordinated" is
infrequent (25%, 31%, 27%, 8%, 5%). It may begin to occur from Moderate Levels of intoxication and higher
(7%, 17%, 19%, 17%, 8%). It is reported as occurring less frequently by Light Total users (p <.05, overall),
Occasional users (p <.05, overall), and Non-users of Psychedelics (p <.01). The Professionals need to be more
intoxicated to experience this awkwardness (p < .05). It is an important research problem to determine whether
this is an actual decrement in coordination or simply an altered perception of one's own movements, possibly
related to time alterations.
A more extreme version of poor coordination is "My sense of balance gets very erratic, making it seem
difficult to walk or even maintain a sitting position." This is a fairly frequent effect (29%, 35%, 28%, 6%, 1%)
in that few users have not experienced it at all, but even fewer experience it Very Often or Usually. It is
reported as occurring more frequently by females (p <.
It generally occurs at Very Strong levels of
intoxication (2%, 4%, 11%, 35%, 14%), with older users having to be less intoxicated to experience it (p <.05).
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On Being Stoned - Chapter 11
Figure 11-4. QUALITY OF MOVEMENT
—For guide to interpreting the "How Stoned" graph,
see note on Figure 6-1.
The relationships between these three
effects on the quality of movement are plotted
in Figure 11-4. Movement seeming
exceptionally well coordinated occurs
significantly more frequently than movement
being uncoordinated and jerky (p <<.0005) or
than the sense of balance being lost (p
There is no significant difference
in frequency of occurrence between
awkwardness and erratic balance.
smoothness of movements occurs at lower
levels of intoxication than awkwardness (p
<.0005) and, in turn, awkwardness occurs at
lower levels of intoxication than balance
becoming lost (p < .
marijuana intoxication seems at first to make
movements feel smoother and more
coordinated, but at very high levels of
intoxication this may reverse and may
sometimes culminate in experiential loss of
the sense of balance.
PERCEPTION OF INTERNAL PROCESSES
Shape of the Body and Location of the Self
We shall first consider an infrequent effect that stands as a bridge between the perception of the ordinary
body with modifications and a more radical shift toward new
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