Kim Kuypers is a researcher at Maastricht University. Her work is concerned with understanding the neurobiology underlying flexible cognition, empathy, and well-being. One of the main ways she does is with the use of psychedelics.
Kim P. C. Kuypers studies the effects of MDMA on cognition. A research grant she obtained in 2011 helped her to set up her own research line in which she chose to shift her focus from negative drug effects to positive effects of drugs and the underlying neurobiology.
Notable Research Papers
- Acute effects of 3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) on behavioral measures of impulsivity: alone and in combination with alcohol (Ramaekers & Kuypers, 2006)
- MDMA and alcohol effects, combined and alone, on objective and subjective measures of actual driving performance and psychomotor function (Kuypers et al., 2006)
- Transient memory impairment after acute dose of 75mg 3.4-Methylene-dioxymethamphetamine (Kuyers & Ramaekers, 2005)
In our database you will also find her as an author on more papers.
- MindMed Expands Psychedelic Microdosing Division, Adds Groundbreaking Study Evaluating LSD Microdosing Through Next-Gen Digital Clinical Markers (Psilocybin Alpha, January 2021)
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