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5), with the
Light and Heavy Total users both peaking sharply at the Fairly/Strongly level. Meditators tend to rate all
intoxication levels about equally and average a lower minimal level, while ordinary Users and the
Therapy and Growth group peak sharply at the Fairly/Strongly level (p <.05, overall).
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Figure 7-2. AUDITORY SPACE CHANCES
Note.—For guide to interpreting the "How Stoned" graph,
see note on Figure 6-1.
A common effect is imagery
enhancement: "If I try to have an
auditory image, hear something in my
mind, remember a sound, it is more vivid
than when straight" (16%, 7%, 26%,
27%, 20%), which occurs at Moderate
levels of intoxication (9%, 33%, 27%,
7%, 3%). The Meditators and the
Therapy and Growth group experience it
less often than the ordinary users (p
< .01, overall), as do the older users (p
<.05). Further, Meditators report a
somewhat higher level of intoxication for
this experience than the other two groups
(p <.05, overall).
Hearing Your Own Voice
One source of sound commonly heard to change by marijuana users is their own voices: "The sound
quality of my own voice changes, so that I sound different to myself when I talk" (15%, 19%, 27%, 17%,
19%), mostly at the Strong level of intoxication (5%, 18%, 31%, 19%, 7%). Comments by my informants
indicate that this is probably a perceptual change, not an actual change in voice quality. It occurs more
frequently among the Younger group (p <.05).
One of the most exotic phenomena associated with drugs is synesthesia, the experience of another
sensory modality than the one actually stimulating the person. Visual sensation in conjunction with
auditory stimulation is a common effect of marijuana: "Sounds have visual images or colors associated
with them, synchronized with them" (20%, 23%, 33%, 16%, 7%). It occurs at high levels of intoxication
(1%, 10%, 25%, 19%, 19%). Males report having to be more intoxicated to experience synesthesia than
females (p <.05).
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A number of users offered additional effects on hearing.
Two mentioned ringing sounds: (1) "Ringing in my ears" (Sometimes, Very Strongly), and (2) "There's
a loud buzz sound, like airplane motors, filling the air" (Sometimes, Maximum).
"When I listen to certain kinds of music (especially serious music) when stoned, it becomes incredibly
more sensual and profound" (Sometimes, Maximum).
"When listening to music, my mind can become completely absorbed by sound to the extent that my
body is writhing, but entirely disconnected from my mind" (Sometimes, Very Strongly).
"While chanting mantras, rhythmic continuity is more sensuous and secure" (no specification of
frequency or level).
"Admiration for the intrinsic knowledge musicians and composers have of the effect of their sounds on
people's total being" (Very Often, Fairly).
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