Anomalous Experiences: Essays from Parapsychological and Psychological Perspectives

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Matthew D. Smith
McFarland, Nov 18, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 228 pages
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Thirteen essays on the psychology and parapsychology of anomalous experience explore a range of phenomena, including extrasensory perception, haunting experiences, apparitions, alien contacts, seance room activity, and out-of-body experiences. The contributors are Daryl J. Bem, Etzel Cardena, Jezz Fox, Rachel Fox, Christopher C. French, Victoria Hamilton, Craig D. Murray, Ciaran O'Keeffe, Steve Parsons, Chris A. Roe, Julia Santomauro, Simon J. Sherwood, Christine Simmonds-Moore, Paul Stevens, Michael Thalbourne, Caroline Watt, Richard Wiseman and Robin Wooffitt.
  

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Contents

Preface
1
Parapsychological Perspectives
5
Psychological Perspectives
93
About the Contributors
207
Index
211
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Matthew D. Smith is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Buckinghamshire New University in England. He has conducted research on paranormal experiences for more than 15 years and was the resident psychologist/parapsychologist for the television show Most Haunted.

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