In this opinions piece, Mario de la Fuente challenges us to put aside for one moment our anthropocentric assertion that “mice make bad humans” and instead adopt a more murine-centric perspective, in which we might look at psychedelic-induced yawning in humans as something akin to the head-twitch response seen among mice dosed with hallucinogens. The human-likeness of the mouse psychedelic…


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