Pseudoscience and the Paranormal: A Critical Examination of the Evidence

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Prometheus Books, 1988 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 372 pages
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Examines the evidence behind many types of paranormal and pseudoscientific claims and explains, through an analysis of the psychology of belief, why people continue to believe in the reality of the supernatural.

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Review: Pseudoscience and the Paranormal

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This is a superb reference for those just getting acquainted with the topic of debunking pseudoscience and quackery. The scope of Hines' book covers a very wide range of subjects, but doesn't go into ... Read full review

Review: Pseudoscience/Paranormal 2nd Edition

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Hines' book is a very effective and comprehensive overview of pseudoscience, but compared to some of the other giants of the skeptical field (Park, Randi, Gardner, and the like), it's a bit dry. Read full review


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