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Record Type: Review   ID: 927

Life at Death: A Scientific Investigation of the Near-Death Experience

Ring, Kenneth

 Psychologist Kenneth Ring describes the characteristics common to the near-death experiences (NDES) reported to him in interviews with 102 people using a structured interview schedule. He describes five stages of the core near-death experience, the qualitative aspects of NDES, and the effect of the manner of death on the NDE. Two chapters are devoted to the aftereffects of NDES. The last three are entitled "Some Possible Interpretations of the Near-Death Experience," "Beyond the Body: A Parapsychological-Holographic Explanation of the Near-Death Experience," and "Implications and Applications of NDE Research."
Publisher Information:New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1980. 310p. Bibliography: 297-300; Chapter notes; 2 graphs; Index: 302-310; 32 tables
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