1944 JOURNAL OF AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH ASPR PARANORMAL, DEJA VU
THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH — Volume 38, Number 1, January 1944
Book Details + Condition: The American Society for Psychical Research, Inc. (New York). First Edition, 1944. Softcover journal. Illustrated with b&w charts and graphs. 60 pages. January 1944 issue of the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, the oldest parapsychology research organization in the United States whose mission has been to explore extraordinary or as yet unexplained phenomena that have been called psychic or paranormal, and their implications for our understanding of consciousness, the universe and the nature of existence. Founded in 1885 by a distinguished group of scholars and scientists who shared the courage and vision to explore the uncharted realms of human consciousness, among them renowned Harvard psychologist and Professor of Philosophy, William James. Many of the early participants were pioneers in psychology, psychiatry, physics and astronomy. Freud and Jung were honorary members. Luminaries from a wide range of disciplines have been drawn to the Society throughout its history.
This volume contains essays including Removal of Impediments to the Paranormal; One Form of Paramnesia: The Illusion of Deja Vu; Case Studies; and more. Paper binding with black lettering to cover. Firm binding; light wear to original covers; interior is clean and free of markings. Please see our other listings for more ASPR journals.