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  1. Science and ESP

    Edited by J R Smythies

    Series: Routledge Library Editions: History & Philosophy of Science

    Originally published in 1967. Representing the viewpoints of philosophers, psychologists, anthropologists, physicists, psychoanalysts, parapsychologists, psychiatrists and biologists, this volume discusses many aspects of ESP. The general theme is that the phenomena is very valid and can no longer...

    Published April 9th 2013 by Routledge

  2. Frames of Meaning

    The Social Construction of Extraordinary Science

    By H M & T J Collins & Pinch

    Series: Routledge Library Editions: History & Philosophy of Science

    Originally published in 1982. Taking a radical interpretation of the Kuhnian concept of paradigm incommensurability, the authors begin by discussing the difficulties of gaining access to the ideas of communities with different rational categories, and then define the subject area of parapsychology,...

    Published March 21st 2013 by Routledge

  3. Parapsychology

    Research on Exceptional Experiences

    Edited by Jane Henry

    Psychic and other exceptional experiences are surprisingly common but opinions as to their causes vary widely. Can tricks of the mind such as hallucinations, mistaken perception and errors of judgement explain such phenomena or does some yet to be understood non-sensory means of communication come...

    Published December 8th 2004 by Routledge

  4. Parapsychology

    The Science of Unusual Experience

    Edited by David Groome, Ronald Roberts

    Containing contributions from some of the leading figures in Europe on the paranormal, `Parapsychology' challenges and provokes readers with an up-to-the-minute examination of some of the most puzzling phenomena in psychology. Unlike previous works, the current volume invites readers to step into...

    Published March 31st 2001 by Routledge

  5. Introduction To Psychology

    Vol 1

    Edited by Ilona Roth

    This two volume text provides a comprehensive introduction to the issues, theories and methods of psychology, including both classic approaches and recent research. The areas covered range from the intellectual, social and emotional development of the child to the ways in which adults perceive,...

    Published December 24th 1990 by Psychology Press

  6. Introduction To Psychology

    By Illona Roth

    This two volume textbook provides a comprehensive introduction to the issues, theories and methods ofpsychology, including both classic approaches and recent research. The areas covered range from the intellectual, social and emotional development of the child to the ways in which adults perceive,...

    Published December 24th 1990 by Psychology Press

  7. Anomalistic Psychology

    A Study of Magical Thinking, 2nd Edition

    By Leonard Zusne, Warren H. Jones

    Updating and expanding the materials from the first edition, Anomalistic Psychology, Second Edition integrates and systematically treats phenomena of human consciousness and behaviors that appear to violate the laws of nature. The authors present and detail a new explanatory concept they developed...

    Published June 30th 1989 by Psychology Press

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