Book Details + Condition: Turnstone Books (London). First Edition, 1973. Hardcover with dust jacket. 300 pages, with Index and Appendices. Illustrated. By Montague Ullman, Stanley Krippner and Alan Vaughan. The book explores psychoanalytic studies of dream telepathy. Extensive historical survey of dream studies followed by detailed account of experimental methods developed by the authors over a 10-year period at the Dream Laboratory of the Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. Three parts to the book as follows: Spontaneous Telepathic Dreaming; Experimental Studies; and Theoretical Implications. Appendices include: What the Experts Say; Erwin's Nocturnal Tour of the French Quarter; and Maimonides ESP Dream Studies. The authors sought to determine if persons acting as "agents" could transfer their thoughts to the minds of sleeping "subjects" and influence their dreams. In very good condition, with firm binding and a clean interior; jacket shows light aging and wear, and has been price-clipped.