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-Chairez, 2017 ). For example, sexual/gender minorities of color are at risk of experiencing structural stressors such as homophobia or transphobia in their ethnic communities, as well as racism in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and

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predominantly White Western mainstream field of psychedelic medicine recognizes its role in cultural appropriation ( Herzberg & Butler, 2019 ), the perpetuation of systemic inequities, and the limitations of current treatment protocols for ethnic minority

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association for lifetime use were men ( P < 0.0001), ethnic minority ( P < 0.0001), 26 years or older ( P < 0.0001), bisexual ( P < 0.0001), reported increased education ( P < 0.0001), reported higher income ( P < 0.0001), reported health status other

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the minority ? Evaluation& The Health Professions , 34 , 3 – 56 . Targhetta , R. , Nalpas , B. & Perney , P. ( 2013 ). Argentine tango: Anotherm behavioral addiction

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, 33 – 40 . Sussman , S. , Lisha , N. & Griffiths , M. ( 2011 ). Prevalence of the addictions: A problem of the majority or the minority ? Evaluation& the Health Professions

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Brian Cook, Trisha M. Karr, Christie Zunker, James E. Mitchell, Ron Thompson, Roberta Sherman, Ann Erickson, Li Cao, and Ross D. Crosby

. & Griffiths , M. ( 2011 ). Prevalence of the addictions: A problem of the majority or the minority ? Evaluationsand the Health Professionals , 34 , 3 – 56 . Symons Downs , D

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. Sussman , S. , Lisha , N. & Griffiths , M. ( 2010 ). Prevalence of the addictions: A problem of the majority or the minority ? Evaluation& the Health Professions , 34 , 3 – 56

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( Beckett, Nyrop, & Pfingst, 2006 ; Tonry, 2010 ; Welch, Payne, Chiricos, & Gertz, 2011 ), while White Americans and “model minorities” (e.g., Chinese and Japanese Americans), who have been less frequently targeted, are often perceived as the opposite

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White Americans and “model minorities” (e.g., Chinese and Japanese Americans), who have been less frequently targeted, are often perceived as the opposite ( Chou & Feagin, 2015 ). Further, people of color (POC) may have developed their own stereotypes

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%), followed by LSD (22%) and DMT (12%). Participants reported a generally moderate usage pattern for their chosen psychedelic drug, with the median participant having had between 1 and 10 use occasions over the past 12 months. A minority of 7% reported 11

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