González-Maeso, Javier, and Stuart C Sealfon. “Psychedelics and Schizophrenia.” Trends in Neurosciences, vol. 32, no. 4, 2009, pp. 225–232.
This article was published in the Journal of Trends in Neurosciences for an audience of psychiatrists and psychologists. The article is about schizophrenia and how the drug psychedelics target the serotonin 5 receptors. They used LSD and PCP to mimic schizophrenia. It was used as a tool for professionals to observe the perspective of patients. The ethos is that this article was published in a peer-review journal, they also state the methods and results from the experiments on the brain. The article lists many charts and tables to support the logos. The article does not use pathos they avoid this by not giving the perceptions reactions and using medical terms like interactions between 5-HT2A and mGlu2/3 receptors.
Jay, Mike, and ProQuest. Mescaline: A Global History of the First Psychedelic. 2019.
The book was published in 2019 and has many peer reviews on the book. The book talks about the chronological use of mescaline and studies the mind-altering effects from the culture of ancient tiaboutmes, and when it became big in the ‘60s. The book followed people and their experiences in botany, pharmacology, ethnography, and practicing with mescaline. The author showed pathos by allowing us to know what people have experienced by making it less professional and more like telling us a story they pull us in with the emotions behind the words of the stories. The ethos is an audience is historians of the mescaline culture and people who want to learn more about the drug. Logos are included in the stories and the use of articles in references with photos detailing what the photo is about.
Krebs, Teri, and Pål-Ørjan Johansen. “Psychedelics and Mental Health: A Population Study.” PLoS One, vol. 8, no. 8, 2013, p. e63972.
This article was published in the Journal PLOS One for an audience of medical professionals. The purpose of the article was to advise the readers of mental health and psychedelics. Krebs and Johansen conducted a study of participants of lifetime usage of psychedelics and their mental health. They found that psychedelics did not cause theiraffectsany mental health disorders but showed that the use of psychedelics caused less need for mental health treatments. The article’s ethos comes from its being published in a peer-review journal. The article also states the methods and results of the study. Logos were included in evidence that was charted in multiple data tables. Finally, the article maintains a professional tone and does not use pathos. They do this by using words like case-controlled studies and multivariate logistic analyzes.
Miller, Richard Louis. Psychedelic Medicine: The Healing Powers of LSD, MDMA, Psilocybin, and Ayahuasca. 2017.
The book was published in 2017 by author Richard Miller who writes about reintroducing psychedelics to help patients with mental illness. The book reads like an interview with Miller and other doctors asking and answering questions while providing evidence. He provided research on the prescription drug we use on mental patients and their effects on the patient’s psychological disease. The research that was used people’s upin the book was observed through past and present research. The logos in this book was talking about the history of LSD and other people research but it does not inTheyshow us any data in charts. The way the book is setup this gives us a great way to see pathos. The interview layout lets us see how the interviewee up in. The Ethos in this book is the general public who ha interested in psychedelics and what to learn more about them.
Winkler, Petr, and Ladislav Csémy. “Self-Experimentations with Psychedelics Among Mental Health Professionals: LSD in the Former Czechoslovakia.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, vol. 46, no. 1, 2014, pp. 11–19.
This article was published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs in January- March of 2014. The audience was the professional health care community. The purpose of this article was to observe how psychoactive drugs were studied in the past and why they should be studied for the future. They observed 22 people from psychologistspsychotherapistsover, psychiatrists, and psychotherapist over the course of forty years from when they first took it to the outcomes after taking it. The ethos in this article is being published in a peer-review journal. They also tell us what the percipients experienced and why weretellingLSD should be studied again. The logos was included in the charts that were provided in the article. The article used pathos by tell why the percipients wanted to undergo the experiment and how they felt about LSD after taking it.