Autor/en: Emily Williams Cook
1. März 1996 - gebunden - 192 Seiten
The current volume contains abbreviated versions of fourteen papers originally presented at the 35th Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association held in 1992. It also contains abstracts from the symposium 'Eusapia Palladino and Psychical Research' and the panel discussion 'Working with the Media: The Sound That Bites'; invited addresses by John Beloff and William G. Braud; and the Presidential Address 'From Survival to Transcendence: Reflections on Psi as Anomolous' by John Palmer. The conference papers are divided into seven topic areas: Physiological Studies, Ganzfeld Studies, PK Studies, Psi and Psychological Factors, Methodology, Displacement, and Quantitative Field Investigations.
Emily Williams Cook is Research Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatric Medicine, University of Virginia.
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