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Volume 70 / Number 2 Fall 2006


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Abstracts of Presented Papers from the 49th Parapsychological Association Annual Convention, Stockholm, Sweden, August 4–6, 2006 203

A Bias Caused by Inappropriate Averaging in Experiments With Randomized Stimuli Jan Dalkvist and Joakim Westerlund

Memory, Emotion, and the Receptive Psi Process Richard S. Broughton

Geomagnetic Fields and the Relationship Between Human Intentionality and the Hemolysis of Red Blood Cells  John Palmer, Christine A. Simmonds-Moore, and Stephen Baumann

Kundalini and the Output of a Random Number Generator  Michael A. Thalbourne

Research Assistants or Budding Scientists? A Review of 96 Undergraduate Student Projects at the Koestler Parapsychology Unit  Caroline Watt

“Seeing and Feeling Ghosts”: Absorption, Fantasy Proneness, and Healthy Schizotypy as Predictors of Crisis Apparition Experiences  Alejandro Parra


Irreducible Mind: Toward a Psychology for the 21st Century by Edward Kelly, Emily Williams Kelly, Adam Crabtree, Alan Gauld, Michael Grosse, and Bruce Greyson
reviewed by J. E. Kennedy

An Introduction to Parapsychology (5th ed.) by Harvey A. Irwin and Caroline A. Watt
reviewed by Etzel Cardeña

Parapsychology in the Twenty-First Century: Essays on the Future of Psychical Research edited by Michael Thalbourne and Lance Storm reviewed by Julie Beischel

Outside the Gates of Science: Why It’s Time for the Paranormal to Come in From the Cold by Damien Broderick  reviewed by Caroline Watt

Extraordinary Knowing: Science, Skepticism, and the Inexplicable Powers of the Human Mind by Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer reviewed by Chris Carter

Opening to the Infinite: The Art and Science of Nonlocal Awareness by Stephan A. Schwartz
 reviewed by Jeffrey Mishlove

The Common Thread Between ESP and PK by Michael A. Thalbourne
 reviewed by David Luke

Correspondence (Storm, Cardeña, Kennedy Thalbourne, Fontana, and Kelly)


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