Advances in Parapsychological Research 8

Advances in Parapsychological Research 8

by Stanley Krippner, Steven Hart, Elizabeth Schneck, Montague Ullman
     
 

Topics: "Spontaneous Psi Phenomena"; "Methods of Enhancing PK Task Performance"; "Psychic Healing and Complementary Medicine"; "Testing Children for Paranormal Abilities"; "Reflections on the Sociology and Social Psychology of Conjurers and Their Relations with Psychical Research"; "A Tribute to Emilio Servadio."

Overview

Topics: "Spontaneous Psi Phenomena"; "Methods of Enhancing PK Task Performance"; "Psychic Healing and Complementary Medicine"; "Testing Children for Paranormal Abilities"; "Reflections on the Sociology and Social Psychology of Conjurers and Their Relations with Psychical Research"; "A Tribute to Emilio Servadio."

Editorial Reviews

The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research
another volume in the series...is an enthusiastically anticipated event...incisive and stimulating
Columbia Road Review
a natural for those interested in this subject
Exceptional Human Experience
this must for anyone with a serious interest in parapsychology continues to provide solid yet varied research reviews
Booknews
Five articles and support material further the series documenting the scientific investigation into the ability of human consciousness to transcend space and time with extra-sensory perception and to produce remote effects such as psychokinesis and psychic healing. They consider spontaneous psi phenomena, methods of enhancing PK task performance, psychic healing and complementary medicine, testing children for paranormal abilities, and the sociological and social psychology of conjurors and their relations with psychical research. Also included are a tribute to Italian researcher Emilio Servadio (1904-95), and a selection bibliography of books published 1991-94. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786403905
Publisher:
McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers
Publication date:
11/28/1997
Pages:
331

Meet the Author

Stanley Krippner is an executive faculty member and a professor of psychology at Saybrook University in San Francisco.

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