Parapsychology, Frontier Science of the Mind: A Survey of the Field, the Methods, and the Facts of ESP and PK Research

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Subject Index
Alcohol, use in psi testing, 113
American Indians, tested for psi, 82
American Institute of Mathematical Statistics, on ESP methods, 202
American Negro, psi tests with, 82
American Philosophical Association, 203
American Psychological Association 44, 202
American Society for Psychical Research, 201
Analysis of variance, as method of evaluation, 180-181
Animals, tested for psi, 84-85. 111-113
cats, 85
dogs, 85
horses, 85
Anthropology, relation to parapsychology, 23, 46, 109-111
Application of psi, 52, 101-104, 137 (See also Practices)
Aristotelian Society and Mind Association, 202
Astrology, 83, 102
Attitude of subjects, importance in tests, 24, 34, 50, 92, 93, 95, 136-137
Australian aborigenes, psi capacity of, 82, 109-111
Automatisms as psi manifestations, 15, 85, 102-104, 106
Bacterial growth as PK target, 117
Biology
animal behavior suggesting psi, 84-85
dominated by physicalist philosophy, 112-113
relation to parapsychology, 54, 11, 42, 111-113, 116-117
Bird navigation, psi a possible factor in, 84
Blind matching ESP test, 148-149, 159
Blindness and psi capacity, 93
Boston Society for Psychic Research, 202
Brain states and psi 115 (See also Physiology)
British Association for the Advancement of Science, Glasgow meeting, 201
British Society of Experimental Biologists, 203
BT test procedure 146-147, 157-158
Caffein, use in psi tests, 113-115
Cambridge University, studentship in parapsychology, 202
Causality in parapsychology
clash with precognition, 123
nonphysical, 71, 74
Chi-square tests of significance, 177-180
Children as test subjects, 95, 96, 107- 109
Ciba Foundation ( London), 203
Clairaudienee, 13
Clairsentience, 13
Clairvoyance, 13, 52, 55-56
definition of, 9
in experiments, 25-26, 32-33, 36, 37, 46-47, 50
in location of hidden objects, See Dowsing
isolation of, 39-40, 53-54
relation to other psi phenomena, 9-10, 51
test procedures, 146-150, 157-159
tested by machine, 54
tested by matching techniques, 54
Clinical usage of psi methods, 28-29, 43

need of clinical tests, 80

Clock card test data, evaluation of, 183
Combination of critical ratios, 179
Communication, psi a form of, 52

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Part I - Present Knowledge 3
  • Chapter 1 - A Field of Science 5
  • Chapter 2 - Objective Research Methods 17
  • Reference 43
  • Additional Reading 44
  • Chapter 3 - The Facts About Psi and Its Types 45
  • Chapter 4 - Psi and the Physical World 66
  • Chapter 5 - The Psychology of Psi 78
  • Chapter 6 - Psi Research and Other Related Fields 101
  • Part II - Testing Techniques 129
  • Chapter 7 - Psychological Recommendations for Psi Testing 131
  • Chapter 8 - Some Basic Psi Test Procedures 139
  • Additional Reading 168
  • Chapter 9 - Statistical Methods 170
  • Tables 189
  • Some Significant Events In Parapsychology 199
  • Glossary 205
  • Name Index 211
  • Subject Index 213
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