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Executive ESP

Dean, Douglas, Mihalasky, John, Ostrander, Sheila, & Schroeder, Lynn

 This is an account of the work of the Psi Communications Project at Newark College of Engineering which was formed in 1962 "to develop the techniques and system, using the approaches of science and engineering, for obtaining reliable information via the processes associated with [psi]" (p. v). Douglas Dean is an electrochemist and parapsychologist who collaborated on the Psi Communications Project with Project Director John Mihalasky. They have examined the role of ESP in its application and success in business by means of "physiological instrumentation, scientific and engineering techniques, and simulations of applied ESP" (p. 1). This book is a report of their research that includes ESP experiments and interviews with top executives. Their research suggests that successful executives make use of ESP in business. Factors which help or hinder ESP performance are also considered. This is one of the few empirically based books on the practical application of psi.
Publisher Information:Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1974. 290p. Bibliography: 268-284; 4 graphs; 3 illustrations; Index: 287-290; 30 tables
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