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University of Delaware Graduate Researchers

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  • Logan Neitzke-Spruill, Graduate Research Assistant

    Graduate Research Assistant
    Research Associate
    University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-4521

    Biography

    Logan Neitzke-Spruill is a Ph.D candidate in sociology, specializing in the areas of sociological theory and the sociology of health and medicine. He earned his B.S. from Minnesota State University--Mankato and M.A. from the University of Delaware. Though broadly interested in the culture, science, and policy revolving around psychoactive drugs, much of Logan’s research has specifically looked at the social influences on drug experiences. His Master’s thesis, titled “Integrating the Ineffable: A Social-Phenomenological Analysis of the Psychedelic Experience”, examines how social-psychological factors shape the experience and interpretation of psilocybin and LSD. At the Center for Drug and Health Studies, he works on projects aimed at understanding and mitigating the impacts of the opioid epidemic in Delaware. Logan’s solo and co-authored work has appeared in the Journal for Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Journal of Psychedelic Studies, Journal of Community Health, and Journal of Psychoactive Substances.

 

 

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