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Record Type: Review   ID: 1282

Human Possibilities: Mind Exploration in the USSR and Eastern Europe

Krippner, Stanley

 This is an informal yet informative review of Soviet psychology, medicine, and parapsychology. Psychologist/parapsychologist Krippner says: "It is an account of my trips to the USSR and Eastern Europe and the people I have met who are engaged in what Americans would call . . . `consciousness studies'—and what many foreign scientists would refer to as `hidden reserves' or `latent human possibilities'"(p. vii). Subjects covered are PK in Leningrad (Kulagina), Soviet parapsychology, hypnosis and creativity, suggestopedia, Kirlian photography, self-regulation, acupuncture, bioplasma, and innovative Soviet therapies, such as fasting.
Publisher Information:Garden City, NY: Anchor/Doubleday, 1980. 348p. Chapter references; 2 figures; Index: 335-348
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