Phenylcyclidine refers to a substance that produces euphoria , slowed reaction times, and involuntary movements at low doses; disorganized thinking, feelings of unreality, and hostilit y at intermediate doses; and amnesia, analgesia, respiratory problems, and changes in body temperature at high doses.

Phenylcyclidine is also called PCP

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