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Parapsychological Association Convention Abstracts 54  2011

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Fabio Eduardo da Silva
Reporting an exploratory group experience in psi training
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12
Erlendur Haraldsson and Majd Abu-Izzedin
Persistence of "past-life" memories in adults in Lebanon who in their childhood claimed memories of a past life
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13
Glenn A. M. Hitchman, Chris A. Roe and Simon J. Sherwood
A re-examination of non intentional precognition with openness to experience, creativity, psi beliefs and luck beliefs as predictors of success
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14
Hideyuki Kokubo, Osamu Takagi and Yasuyuki Nemoto
Biophysical approach to spatial distribution of healing (bio-PK) power around a human body
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15
David Luke and Karolina Zychowicz
Working the graveyard shift at the witching hour: Further exploration of dreams, psi and circadian rhythms
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16
Etzel Cardeña and David Marcusson-Clavertz
Hypnotizability, alterations in consciousness, and other variables as predictors of performance in a ganzfeld psi task
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17
Julia Mossbridge, Marcia Grabowecky and Satoru Suzuki
Physiological markers of future outcomes: Three experiments on subconscious psi perception during concurrent performance of a guessing task
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18
Roger D. Nelson
Global consciousness: Fact or fancy?
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19
Alejandro Parra and Juan Carlos Argibay
Two trials of a free-response ESP test in two groups of hypnotic susceptibility low/high scores: A pilot study
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19
Chris A. Roe and Glenn A. M. Hitchman
Testing the theory of morphic resonance using recognition for Chinese symbols: A failure to replicate
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20
Serena M. Roney-Dougal, Adrian Ryan and David Luke
Preliminary study of the relationship between local geomagnetic activity, Tibetan Buddhist meditation and psychic awareness
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21
Elizabeth C. Roxburgh
"It's like a recording on a wonky tape": understanding spiritualist mental mediumship using interpretative phenomenological analysis
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22
Simon Sherwood
Analysis of a case collection of black dog apparition reports
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25
Sophie L. Drennan, Chris A. Roe and Richard S. Broughton
Lability, paranormal beliefs and psychokinetic experiences: Development of a lability scale using an online survey-based study (Research Brief)
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26
Gerhard A. Mayer
Ghost hunting groups in the USA and in Germany: A cross-cultural comparison (Research Brief)
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28
Alejandro Parra
Exploring different personality traits with psychic claimants (Research Brief)
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29
Elizabeth C. Roxburgh
An investigation into the prevalence and phenomenology of synchronicity experiences in the clinical setting (Research Brief)
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30
Simon Sherwood
An investigation of ghostly phenomena and the characteristics of people who have and have not had such an experience (Research Brief)
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33
Chair - Carlos S. Alvarado
Future directions in the study of mental mediumship (Panel)
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34
Carlos S. Alvarado
Mediumship and dreaming: A neglected area of research (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Future directions in the study of mental mediumship
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34
Alexander Moreira-Almeida
Exploring the relationship between mediumship and mental health (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Future directions in the study of mental mediumship
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35
Elizabeth C. Roxburgh and Chris A. Roe
The future of mediumship research: A multimethods approach (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Future directions in the study of mental mediumship
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36
Wellington Zangari and Everton de Oliveira Maraldi
Bringing the medium to the center: Valuing individual and group dialectics in the study of mediumship (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Future directions in the study of mental mediumship
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38
Chair - David Luke
Ayahuasca and exceptional human experiences (Panel)
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38
Ede Frecska
Ayahuasca, ASCs and the non-local direct intuitive mode of experience (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Ayahuasca and exceptional human experiences
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39
Stanley Krippner
Anomalous phenomena reported from ayahuasca sessions (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Ayahuasca and exceptional human experiences
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40
David Luke
Ayahuasca, telepathine and psi (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Ayahuasca and exceptional human experiences
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40
Luis Eduardo Luna
Possibilities of the ayahuasca/yajé complex in the contemporary world (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Ayahuasca and exceptional human experiences
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41
Michael Winkelman
Ayahuasca and prophecy (Panel Contribution)
In Panel: Ayahuasca and exceptional human experiences
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43
Marios Kittenis
Anomalous anticipatory event-related EEG activity in a face recognition memory task (Poster)
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45
Edward J. Modestino, Edward F. Kelly, W. J. Ross Dunseath, James E. Lenz, Frank Applin and Allison Knee
Anomalous physiological responses to local and remote emotive stimulation (Poster)
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48
Takeshi Shimizu, Masato Ishikawa and Tatsu Hirukawa
The effects of audience size: A field RNG experiment in ballparks in Japan (Poster)
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50
John Alexander
A cross-cultural review of applications of phenomena (Invited Address)
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50
Carlos S. Alvarado
Distorting the past (Invited Address)
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51
Etzel Cardeña
Altered consciousness is a many splendored thing (Invited Address)
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51
Michael Winkelman
Evolved psychology and the deep structure of psi: The shamanic paradigm (Invited Address)
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52
Wellington Zangari
Psi research in Brazil: New horizons (Invited Address)
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