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Parapsychological Association
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
42 pages Perfect-bound
Science & Nature
paranormal, parapsychology, science, technology

Contributors analyze the ways that technology can help or hinder parapsychological research. Helané Wahbeh considers the nature versus nurture debate in relation to our potential overuse on technological devices and the subsequent diminishment of psychic experience. Annalisa Ventola explores the flexibility and challenges associated with hybridizing the PA convention. Suggesting that virtual reality landscapes might offer a more controlled environment for psi experiments, Adam Neal highlights the implications these virtual worlds have for parapsychology. Patrizio Tressoldi and Alfredo Rossi use contemporary digital cameras to detect whether or not mental images can be reproduced in these devices at a distance. The miniaturization of once bulky equipment, such as the EEG, opens psi research into new fields, according to Cedric Cannard. Mark Boccuzzi provides a timely interview on the extant influence of artificial intelligence. Maurice van Luijtelaar and Renaud Evrard present their 39th bibliography.

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