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Parapsychology: The Science of Psiology

Nash, Carroll B.

 Nash, a biologist and Director of the Parapsychology Laboratory at St. Joseph’s College, says "the purpose of this work is to make a systematic and orderly presentation of the chaotic accumulation of experiences, experiments, and hypotheses pertaining to psi" (p. v) with the aim of furthering the establishment of psiology as a science. It is a revision of his earlier book, Science of Psi: ESP and PK . The book is also designed for use as a text or reference book. Finally, it seeks to be a source of information concerning the first reported study of a variety of psi phenomena. Each chapter ends with a paragraph of conclusions and a list of review questions about the chapter’s subject. There are 16 chapters, and a lengthy glossary and bibliography.
Publisher Information:Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, 1986. 336p. Bibliography: 277-313; Glossary: 261-273; Author index: 315-323; Subject index: 325-336; Suggested reading list: 275-276; 1 table
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