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Parapsychology: Sources on Applications and Implications (2nd ed.).

White, Rhea A.

 This is a listing by subject of books, dissertations, articles, and items dealing with the potential applications and implications of psi. There are 1479 items, some dealing with more than one subject. The subjects covered are Psi and Anthropology, Archeology, Behavior Control, Biology, Botanical Applications, Business Applications, Conduct of Life, Creativity, Criminal Investigations, Disaster Prediction, Education, Ethical Implications, Finding Lost Objects, Gambling, Games, Geology, Handicapped, Historical Applications, Human-Machine Interaction, Invulnerability, Journalism, Martial Arts, Meteorology, Military Applications, Locating Missing Persons, Personal Growth, Philosophical Implications, Physics Implications, Political Applications, Problem Solving, Psychiatric and Psychological Applications, Religious Implications, Scientific Applications, Social Implications, Space Exploration, Sports, Unorthodox Healing, and Use for Peace. There is a general section citing publications in which psi applications are discussed in broad terms and another citing basic research that is relevant to applications, such as the repeated-guessing technique.
Publisher Information:Dix Hills, NY: Parapsychology Sources of Information Center, 1989. 118p
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