The Persisting Effects Questionnaire (PEQ) is a 143-item self-report measure that assesses changes in peoples attitudes, moods, behaviour and spiritual experience at least one month following a psychedelic experience. The PEQ assesses both positive and negative changes attributed to the experience.
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First used: 01 January 1970
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