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If extrasensory perception is a common ability, why can't all score high on ESP tests? This book answers the question by describing psychological determinants of success & failure in ESP. Some of the most significant points raised in the editor's introduction are developed in detail in the nine essays that follow, all of them important statements giving a clear picture ...more
Library Binding, 166 pages
Published June 1st 1974 by Lieber-Atherton Press (NY) (first published 1969)
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The best parts of this collection of essays are James C. Crumbaugh's "A Scientific Critique of Parapsychology" and the editor's Introduction and comments.
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Gertrude Raffel Schmeidler was Professor Emerita of Psychology, City University of New York, and twice served as President of the Parapsychological Association. She received her doctorate in Psychology from Harvard University in 1949, and also held offices in the American Society for Psychical Research.
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