of the art print. Furthermore, their willingness to participate in this pilot study demonstrates the ingenuity and creativity of the Grateful Dead band members. The results of this study were published in a medical journal in 1973, becoming one small part of the Grateful Dead legend (Krippner, Honorton, and Ullman 1973).
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