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Psychology, Psychotherapy, and Parapsychology
Record Type: Review   ID: 1292

Parapsychology and Human Nature: Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Washington, D.C. November 1-2, 1986

Shapin, Betty, & Coly, Lisette

 This conference celebrated the 35th year of the Parapsychology Foundation. Eight papers were given over a two-day period plus opening and closing remarks by Stanley Krippner and the texts of general discussions held on both days. The presenters and the titles of their papers are as follows: "Window into the Mind: A Phenomenological Perspective" by Vernon M. Neppe; "Risk Factors for Parapsychological Verbal Reports, Hypnotizability and Somatic Complaints" by Ian Wickramasekera; "Scientific Knowledge and Scientific Criticism" by H.M. Collins; "C.G. Jung and J.B. Rhine: Two Complementary Approaches to the Phenomenology of the Paranormal" by Richard Noll; "Directly Detectable Psychokinetic Effects: A New Category of Psychokinesis" by Julian Isaacs; "Paranormal Ability—A "Normal" Human Trait" by Elizabeth E. Mintz; "Enlightenment, Altered States of Consciousness and Parapsychology" by Charles T. Tart; and "Towards a Place for Psi-chology in a Revisioned Psychology: History of Ideas and Memory of Things" by Myron M. Arons.
Publisher Information:New York: Parapsychology Foundation, 1989. Chap.bibl.; 2 tables
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