Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years)

Tres Mali's Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years)

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Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) is by:

Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) Leader Researcher and Observation Manager ATWS Drug Treatment Program Longitudinal Research Study Program 2003 -2014. Attended Langston University, Langston Oklahoma (HBCU).

  • Oklahoma State Board of Education School Counselor License #207821 and

Derek Henry Secondary Researcher and Grassroots Field Supervisor  Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) Attended Clark-Atlanta University Atlanta, Georgia (HBCU):

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Purpose of Publication

The purpose of publishing Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) is to report the observable neurological effects of drug use, abuse, and addiction, recommend future diagnosis plans for treatment, and future research with a statistical analysis of neurological and neuropsychopharmacological parallels.

Supporting Information

Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) shows that chemical and some natural substances have negative effects on the neurological system which causes physiological, psychological, and psychiatric effects.

These effects, as reported in academic psychopharmacology and neuropsychopharmacology text books, impair physical movement, interfere with community involvement, reduces normal human interactions, and causes observable neurological damage.

The Purpose of the Research

Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) is published by TMSC Consulting Services and physically conducted and named by The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®, with the purpose of reporting the observed neurological damage of drug use, abuse, and addiction between 2002 – 2015 A.D.  (13 years).

Research Time Period

Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years)

2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years)

Tres Mali Scott 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) Lead Researcher and Observation Manager, Crisis Reporter

Derek Henry 2001 – 2015 ( 4 years) Secondary Researcher and Grassroots Field Supervisor, SSPORTSS Mag!®

Subjects

The subjects of Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) include Law Enforcement, individuals, business, and Churches in the following states of the United States of America:

  • *California
  • *Oklahoma
  • * Arizona
  • *Nevada
  • Florida
  • Texas
  • New Mexico
  • Washington, D.C.
  • *Louisiana
  • Washington State
  • *Georgia
  • Alabama
  • Tennessee
  • *Hawaii

And the Country Mexico:

  •  *Tijuana
  • Mexico City
  •  Acapulco

Tres Mali Scott, all aforementioned

Derek Henry, * (starred)

Definition of Terms

  1. Drug Abuser: An individual that uses substances that alter the mental, physical, and/or physiological processes in excess
  2. Drug Addict: The individuals physical and/or physiological body processes are dependent upon a substance, wether chemical or natural.
  3. Drug Users: An individual that aquires street drugs as medical use (self-medicating behavior verses a legal Doctor medicating behavior). This is usually a taught behavior from the first need of medical care.
  4. Longitudinal Research Study: A survey of correlational research that involves repeated observation of the same variables ove long periods of time (a decade or more), through observations (observational study).
  5. Neuropsychopharmacology– an interdisciplinary science related topsychopharmacology (how drugs affect the mind) and fundamental neuroscience, is the study of the neural mechanisms that drugs act upon to influence behavior. It entails research of mechanisms of neuropathology, pharmacodynamics (drug action),psychiatric illness, and states of consciousness. These studies are instigated at the detailed level involving neurotransmission/receptor activity, bio-chemical processes, and neural circuitry. Neuropsychopharmacology supersedes psychopharmacology in the areas of “how” and “why”, and additionally addresses other issues of brain function. Accordingly, the clinical aspect of the field includes psychiatric (psychoactive) as well asneurologic (non-psychoactive) pharmacology-based treatmentshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuropsychopharmacology).
  6. PsychopharmacologyPsychopharmacology is the study of the effects that drugs have on people, specifically mood, sensation, thoughts and behavior.

Method

Informed Consent

Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) is published by TMSC Consulting Services G.N.S. Press # 4789 and was physically conducted and named by The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®, with all observations being made of Law Enforcement, individuals, businesses and Churches in the following stated of the United States of America:

  • *California
  • *Oklahoma
  • * Arizona
  • *Nevada
  • Florida
  • Texas
  • New Mexico
  • Washington, D.C.
  • *Louisiana
  • Washington State
  • *Georgia
  • Alabama
  • Tennessee
  • *Hawaii

And the Country Mexico:

  •  *Tijuana
  • Mexico City
  •  Acapulco

Tres Mali Scott, all aforementioned

Derek Henry, * (starred)

and were informed: “I am observing peoples behavior.”

Tres Mali Scott

Derek Henry

Confidentiality

As an Independent/Free Press Agent, TMSC Consulting Services G.N.S. Press # 4789, Law Enforcement, individuals, businesses, and Churches observed are not and will not be released as a named entity, agent, individual or organization.

Type of Research

Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) is by an Independent/Free Press Agent, TMSC Consulting Services G.N.S. #4789, that is Descriptive and Qualitative.

Information (data) Collection Process

The information (data) provided by Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) was collected through:

  • Observations of drug users, abusers, and addicts in all social settings.
  • Observations of drug users, abusers, and addicts in various community activities.

Reporting of the Information (data) Collected

The information (data) provided by Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years)  reports the observable effects of drugs that appears to stem from neurological damage in the Results and Recommendations sections of this Special Report.

Results

Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) showed the use of drugs (substance use, abuse, and addiction) caused:

  1. Impaired writing
  2. Paralyzed right hand
  3. paralyzed right arm
  4. Memory loss
  5. Distorted face due to stoke
  6. Aneurysms
  7. Relaxed facial muscles
  8. Lack of movement in opposite hand or arm than damaged brain
  9. Reduced command of personal body functions
  10. Eating disorders
  11. Nervous conditions

Recommendations

Special Report: The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®’s Longitudinal Research Study: Neuropsychopharmacology: The Observable Neurological Effects of Drugs 2002 – 2015 A.D. (13 years) recommends:

  • Use of the Total Acute Withdrawal System for drug treatment.
  • As a part of drug treatment, medical doctor evaluations.
  • Neurological scans of the brain of drug treatment patients for research findings.
  • Drug treatment centers report behavioral observations for research findings.
  • Psychiatric evaluations of drug treatment patients.

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