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Dr. Herman Jones

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James H. Little Professor of Neur...

Phone: (405) ***-****  
Email: h***@***.edu
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
1100 North Stonewall Avenue
Oklahoma City , Oklahoma 73117
United States


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  • Ph.D.
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The drug causes a euphoric and ..., 15 Aug 2008 [cached]
The drug causes a euphoric and sometimes mildly hallucinogenic feeling by releasing a burst of serotonin, the chemical that regulates mood, said Dr. Herman Jones, assistant professor of neurology and psychiatry at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
"So you feel really good for about six to eight hours and then mildly depressed — for most folks — for about a week afterward," Jones said.
The real risk comes from the short-term effects, because of elevated body temperature, which can lead to brain swelling and death.Users can become so caught up in the drug that they become dehydrated or nutrient-depleted, Jones said.Ecstasy also increases the risk of seizures.
Jones said the drug is probably the most common worldwide, but is not as popular here because of the cost.
Ticketed session, 19 Feb 2007 [cached]
Dr. Robert Block, a pediatrician, will share information about the current research in adolescent brain development, followed by Dr. Herman Jones, a neuropsychologist, who will cover adolescent behavior and decision making.
Herman Jones, Ph. D., is a neuropsychologist and Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.Dr. Jones has had extensive training in neurology as well as cortical function and neurorehabilitation.He is also a consultant to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.One of his research interests is neurologic violence and he has worked with 160 youth between the ages of ten and 16 who have committed murder.
Herman Jones,Ph.D., is ..., 29 July 2010 [cached]
Herman Jones,Ph.D., is Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry. A Neuropsychologist, he works in the areas of neurobehavior and the psychological aspects of neurologic disease. Special areas of interest include pseudoneurologic somatization and intracarotid amytal testing. He serves as a resource for postdoctoral fellows
"This is the medical version of ..., 12 Mar 2012 [cached]
"This is the medical version of an NFL Draft," said Dr. Herman Jones, Associate Dean for Student Affairs at OU Medical School.
Dr. Jones said this is career-making, and in some situations, career breaking.
Back in November students began traveling the country, interviewing at different residency programs for their chosen specialty.
"The students rank in preference the location and type of program they'd like to have and the residency programs rank their students by preference and a computer algorithm attempts to link those up," Dr. Jones said.
Even after four years of medical school, Dr. Jones said some students don't match with a program at all.
Once the student becomes an official resident at a program, Dr. Jones said they make between $30,000 and $45,000 a year until they complete their training.
Salvia divinorum, a member of the ... [cached]
Salvia divinorum, a member of the sage plant family, is native to parts of central and southern Mexico, said Dr. Herman Jones, assistant professor of neurology and psychiatry at OU Health Sciences Center.Shamans in native Mexican cultures long have used the herb as a source of enlightenment and spiritual awakening.
It is a typical hallucinogen.In small doses, users experience a mild euphoric feeling.Medium doses cause mild visual hallucinations.High doses cause users to have an out-of-body experience, much like those in the YouTube videos, Jones said.
"The problems are that people can have very adverse experiences to it and have bad trips because you can't regulate the dosage," Jones said.
Most users are young adults and teenagers.And since the drug can have such strong effects on the mind, many don't ever want to try the drug again, Jones said.
Most users will have a "sitter" with them while they do the drug because of the effects, Jones said.
Since many experiences involve not being able to speak or move, the drug is not considered to be a recreational drug and is not considered a legal version of marijuana, Jones said.
The Salvia divinorum plant itself is not illegal, and if someone were to pluck a leaf and smoke it, would not produce quite the high, Jones said.
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