Guidelines for Extrasensory Perception Research
University of Hertfordshire Press, Apr 28, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 94 pages
Laboratory tests of extrasensory perception have been going on for over half a century, attracting international interest within the scientific community. Unfortunately, until now, recommendations & commentary on safeguards have been scattered throughout an extensive literature. This book tackles these issues by bringing together this material, discussing the issues & providing clear guidelines in a convenient checklist format to help researchers carry out and recognise high quality research in this important area of science.
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