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“Mezcalin- und Lysergsäurediäthylamid-Rausch: Selbstversuche mit besonderer Berücksichtigung eines Zeichentests”. 
Confinia Neurologica (Borderlands of Neurology). 1952;12(3):146-176.
On the same experimental subject, a physician, mescaline and lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) produced different psychopathologic reactions, the former one of catatonic, the latter one of hebephrenic type. These differences could be demonstrated also by means of a drawing test. Drawings produced under the influence of LSD showed a tendency to expansion, while the "Mescaline pictures" showed a withdrawal reaction. Both tests show some relationship to the pictures produced by psychotic patients. ["Full text" scan ends at page 176 and is missing the final page(s).]
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