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Record Type: Review   ID: 1238

Science of Psi: ESP and PK

Nash, Carroll B.

 Nash intends this book to serve both as a textbook and as a reference guide for researchers. Its purpose "is to make a systematic and orderly presentation of the chaotic accumulation of experiences, experiments, and hypotheses pertaining to the paranormal, with the desire of furthering the establishment of the study of psi as a science" (p.v). Review questions are given at the end of the 14 chapters and of the author’s introduction. The chapters cover the history, phenomena, and methodology of parapsychology, as well as the characteristics of psi, criticisms, and theories. The descriptions of findings and experiments are overly brief and the discussions abbreviated. For the revised edition, see Parapsychology: The Science of Psiology.
Publisher Information:Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, 1978. 299p. Bibliography: 250-277; Name index: 281-282; Subject index: 289-299; Suggested reading list: 279-280; 14 tables
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