Parapsychology: Research on Exceptional Experiences

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Index

a
Abduction 179
Aborigines 155
Absorption 189
Accounts 152 -4, 157 , 180
accuracy 29
early 93
ethnographic 150
phenomenological 157
reincarnation 225
After-life 4 , 237
Alien encounter 179
Animal psi 114 - 122
pet telepathy 114
Alvarado, C.S. 64 , 192
Anomalous experience 1 , 3 , 165 - 212
Anoxia 199
Apparitions 8 , 175 - 187 , 213 - 232
collective 176 -7
of dead 176 , 218
of living 178
Artefact 20 , 127 , 132
Astral 189
Attitude
religious 235
Autoganzfeld 44 - 46 , 56

b
Belief and disbelief 84
Beloff, J. ix , 128
Bem, D.J. 37 , 46
Benor, D.J. ix , 138
Bessent, M. 13 , 110
Bierman, W. 111
Blackmore, S. ix , 21 , 44 , 170 , 193 , 199
Bogoras, V. 154
Brain stimulation 193
Braud, L. 104
Braud, W.G. 51 , 104 , 208 , 210
Braude, S. 125
Byrd, R. 139 -40

c
Cardena, E. 24
Card guessing 11
Case examples 108
Aberfan 110
apparitions 176 -9
coincidence 169
spontaneous 10 - 11
Chance 33
Child, I.L. 14
Clairvoyance 11 , 50 , 150
Cognitive bias 85
Cohn, S.A. 97
Coincidence 28 , 65 , 167 -74
cluster 168
meaningfulness 66
probability 29
Cornell, A.D. 127
Cox, W.E. 110
Crisis telepathy 67 , 177 -8
Criticism 227
CSICOP 82 -3

d
Defensiveness 73
Delanoy, D.L. ix , 42
Delmore, B. 12
Demon 179 , 238
Derr 179
Diaconis, P. 65 , 171
Dice 53 , 127
Distance 99 , 130
Divination 109
DMILS 51 , 131 , 245
effect size 52

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations viii
  • About the Authors ix
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • Introduction 1
  • Parapsychology 5
  • Chapter 1 - Parapsychology 7
  • Chapter 2 - Methodology 28
  • Chapter 3 - Meta-Analyses 42
  • Chapter 4 - Psychological Factors 64
  • Chapter 5 - Scepticism 80
  • Paranormal Cognition 91
  • Chapter 6 - Second Sight 93
  • Chapter 7 - Extrasensory Perception 99
  • Chapter 8 - Precognition and Premonitions 108
  • Chapter 9 - Animal Psi 114
  • Paranormal Action 123
  • Chapter 10 - Psychokinesis 125
  • Chapter 11 - Healing 137
  • Chapter 12 - Shamanism 149
  • Anomalous Experience 165
  • Chapter 13 - Coincidence 167
  • Chapter 14 - Apparitions and Encounters 175
  • Chapter 15 - Out-Of-Body Experiences 188
  • Chapter 16 - Near-Death Experiences 196
  • Chapter 17 - Imagery 204
  • After-Life Associations 213
  • Chapter 18 - Survival 215
  • Chapter 19 - Reincarnation 224
  • Chapter 20 - Religion 233
  • Appendices 243
  • Appendix 1 245
  • Appendix 2 248
  • Index 254
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