When published in 1973, this was the first book to present and analyze the results of scientifically controlled experiments in extrasensory perception during the dream state. This updated, revised and expanded edition now represents the most current and authoritative source of information available.
The main body presents experiments by the authors over a ten year period to determine if persons acting as "agents" could transfer their thoughts to the minds of sleeping "subjects" and influence their dreams. Subjects' reactions, transcripts of recollected dreams and their associations with "targets," accounts of particularly unusual telepathic communication between participants, descriptions of the experimental procedures, and a summary of statistical results are recorded. Their findings, written in straightforward language, will interest the general reader and serious scholar alike.
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About the Author
The late Montague Ullman, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, founded the Dream Laboratory at the Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Stanley Krippner is an executive faculty member and a professor of psychology at Saybrook University in San Francisco. The late Alan Vaughan wrote or coauthored five books. He was awarded an honorary Ph.D. by the International Institute of Integral Human Studies in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.