From alcohol to ketamine, what’s the truth about recreational drugs?

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Psychologist Suzi Gage is on a mission to uncover the truth and bust misconceptions about the drugs people take, and in the process find out the science behind them


5 February 2020

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Suzi Gage

Jim Moray

Explain your work in one easy paragraph.

I explore the relationship between recreational drug use and mental health. It is surprisingly hard to unpick what might cause what. We see more drug use in people with poor mental health, but is this because drugs increase the risk, or because people with poor mental health are drawn to use drugs, or that other factors affect the likelihood of both?

How did you end up working in this field?

When I was studying psychology at University …

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