A possible approach for researching purported spirit communication: An empirical--anecdotal

Russek, Linda G. S.; Schwartz, Gary E. R.; Russek, Elayne; Russek, Henry I.
October 1999
Advances in Mind-Body Medicine;Fall1999, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p295
Academic Journal
Focuses on the approach for researching a purported spirit communication. Details on controversial purported phenomena in nature; Type of individuals claiming to receive communication from departed individuals; Implication of spirit communication for mind and body research.


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