(Superpowers of the Human Biomind)

A PRELIMINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY

OF SCIENTIFIC AND OTHER SOURCES

CONTAINING

SIGNIFICANT CLUES FOR RESEARCH

AND DEVELOPMENT OF REMOTE VIEWING

AT STANFORD RESEARCH INSTITUTE 1972-1985

Ingo Swann

     DURING the period between 1972-1985, remote-viewing research and testing was aided by numerous researchers, consultants and thousands of experiments conducted under the auspices of ever-present oversight committees of various kinds.

     But there is a tendency to forget that the research was also aided by hundreds of published scientific and other documents that enabled fresh insights and approaches to the complicated phenomena involved, as well as aiding in discovery of factors for which there was no historical precedent.

     Important sources continued to emerge after 1985, and a significant sample of these will ultimately be included as time marches on (as it decidedly insists on doing).  As more sources are recovered from various archives, they will be included in undated versions of this beginning one.

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1880

  Dessoir, Max:  EXPERIMENTS IN MUSCLE-READING AND THOUGHT-TRANSFERENCE.  Proc. S.P.R., Vol. 4, 1886.

  Richet, Charles:  FURTHER EXPERIMENTS IN HYPNOTIC LUCIDITY OR CLAIRVOYANCE.  Proc. S.P.R., Vol. 6, 1889.

  Schmoll, Anton:  EXPERIMENTS IN THOUGHT-TRANSFERENCE. Proc. S.P.R., Vol. 4, 1887.

  Schmoll, Anton and J.E. Mabire: EXPERIMENTS IN THOUGHT-TRANSFERENCE. Proc. S.P.R., Vol. 5, 1888.

1890

  Rawson, Henry G.: EXPERIMENTS IN THOUGHT-TRANSFERENCE.  Proc. S.P.R., Vol. 11, 1895.

1900

  Perky, Cheves West:  AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF IMAGINATION.  From the Psychological Laboratory of Cornell University, 1904

1910

  Freud, Anna:  THE UNCONSCIOUS, Coll. Papers, IV., 1915b.

  Peterson, Frederick, assisted by Miss L.H. Rainey:  THE BEGINNINGS OF MIND IN THE NEW BORN.  Bulletin of the Lying-in Hospital, Vol. 7, 1910.

1920

  Sidgwick, Mrs. Henry:  REPORT ON FURTHER EXPERIMENTS IN THOUGHT-TRANSFERENCE CARRIED OUT BY PROFESSOR GILBERT MURRAY.  Proc. S.P.R., Vol. 34, 1924.

  Thurstone, L.L.:  THE NATURE OF INTELLIGENCE.  New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1924.

  Vasil’yev, L.L.:  THOUGHT TRANSMISSION OVER A DISTANCE.  Vestnik znaniya, No. 7, 458-468, 1926.

1930

  Beitel, R.J.: SPATIAL SUMMATION OF SUBLIMINAL STIMULI IN THE RETINA OF THE HUMAN EYE.  J. Gen. Psychol., 10, 311-27, 1934.

  Broad, C.D.:  THE PHILOSOPHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF FOREKNOWLEDGE.  Aristotelian Society Supplemental, Vol. 16, pp. 177-209 and 229-245, 1937.

  Chase, Wilton P.:  COLOR VISION IN INFANTS.  Journal of Experimental Psychology, Vol. 20, No. 3, March, 1937.

  Crumbaugh, James C.:  A QUESTIONNAIRE DESIGNED TO DETERMINE THE ATTITUDES OF PSYCHOLOGISTS TOWARD THE FIELD OF EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol.2, No.4, December 1938.

  Ellis, Willis D., ed:  A SOURCE BOOK OF GETALT PSYCHOLOGY. New York, 1939.

  Eng, Helga:  THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CHILDREN’S DRAWINGS.  New York, 1931.

  Hornbostel, Erich Maria von:  THE UNITY OF THE SENSES.  A source book of gestalt psychology (104) pp. 210-216, New York, 1939.

  Irwin, O.C.:  INFANT RESPONSES TO VERTICAL MOVEMENTS.  Child Development, Vol. 3, 1932.

  Lewin, Bertram D.:  SOME OBSERVATIONS ON KNOWLEDGE, BELIEF AND THE IMPULSE TO KNOW.  Int. Jnl. Psa., XX, 1939.

  Miller, J.G.:  DISCIMINATION WITHOUT AWARENESS.  Amer. J. Psychol., 52, 562-78, 1939.

  Pratt, J.G. and Margaret M. Price:  THE EXPERIMENTER-SUBJECT RELATIONSHIP IN TESTS FOR ESP.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 2, No. 2, June 1938.

  Sells, S.B.:  THE ATMOSPHERE EFFECT:  AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF REASONING.  Arch. Psychol., p.200, 1936.

  Sinclair, Upton:  MENTAL RADIO.  Monrovia, California, Upton Sinclair, 1930.

  Warcollier, Rene:  EXPERIMENTAL TELEPATHY.  Boston:  Boston Society for Psychic Research, 1938.

  Williams, A.: PERCEPTION OF SUBLIMINAL VISUAL STIMULI.  J. Psychol., 6, 187-99, 1938.

1940

  Adrian, E.D.:  THE PHYSICAL BACKGROUND OF PERCEPTION. Oxford, 1947.

  Alajouanine, T.:  APHASIA AND ARTISTIC REALIZATION.  Brain, Vol. 71, Part 3, September, 1948.

  Bevan, J.M.:  THE RELATION OF ATTITUDE TO SUCCESS IN ESP SCORING.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. II, No. 4, pp 296-309, December 1947.

  Boring, Edwin G.:  SENSATION AND PERCEPTION IN THE HISTORY OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY.  New York, 1942.

  Broad, C.D.:  THE EXPERIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENT OF TELEPATHIC PRECOGNITION.  Philosophy, Vol. 74, pp 261-275, 1944.

  --PHILOSOPHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF PRECOGNITION.  The Listener, pp 709-710, May 8, 1947.

  Carrington, W.: EXPERIMENTS ON THE PARANORMAL COGNITION OF DRAWINGS, III.  Proc. Amer. Soc. For Psych. Res., 24, 1-107, 1944.

  Harlow, Harry F. and Margaret Kuenne Harlow:  LEARNING TO THINK.  Scientific American, Vol. 181(2), August, 1949.

  Hartmann, Heinz:  ON RATIONAL AND IRRATIONAL ACTION.  Psychoanalysis and the Social Sciences, Vol. 1 (Roheim, Geza, Editor), New York, International Universities Press, 1947.

  Hartmann, Heinz and Ernest Kris, Rudolph M. Lowenstein:  SOME COMMENTS ON THE FORMATION OF PSYCHIC STRUCTURE.  The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Vol. II, New York, International Universities Press, 1947.

  Heider, F.:  SOCIAL PERCEPTION AND PHENOMENAL CAUSALITY.  Psychol. Rev., 51, 358-374, 1944.

  Helson, Harry:  ADAPTATION-LEVEL AS FRAME OF REFERENCE FOR PREDICTION, etc.  Amer. Journal Psych. Vol. 60, pp. 1-29, 1947.

  Humphrey, Betty M.:  A FURTHER STUDY OF ESP AND INTELLIGENCE.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 12, No. 3, September 1948.

  --THE RELATION OF ESP TO MODE OF DRAWING.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 13, No. 1, March 1949.

  Koestler, Arthur:  THE YOGI AND THE COMMISSAR AND OTHER ESSAYS.  New York, The Macmillan Company, 1945.

  Kravkov, S.W.:  COLOUR VISION AND THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM.  J. Opt. Soc. Amer., 31, 335-7, 1941.

  Kriss, Ernst:  ON INSPIRATION. Int. J. Psa., XX, 1940.

  Miller, J.G.:  THE ROLE OF MOTIVATION IN LEARNING WITHOUT AWARENESS.  Amer. J. Psychol., 53, 229-39, 1940.

  Miller, N.E., and J. Dollard:  SOCIAL LEARNING AND IMITATION.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1941.

  Murphy, Gardner:  REMOVAL OF IMPEDIMENTS TO THE PARANORMAL.  Journal A.S.P.R., Vol. 38, January, 1944.

  Postman, L. and W.O. Jenkins, D.L. Postman:  AN EXPERMENTAL COMPARISON OF ACTIVE RECALL AND RECOGNITION.  The Amer. J. of Psychology, LXI, 1948.

  Pratt, J., and J.B. Rhine, B. Smith, C. Stuart, J. Greenwood:  EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION AFTER SIXTY YEARS.  New York: Henry Holt, 1940.

  Price, Margaret M. and J.B. Rhine:  THE SUBJECT-EXPERIMENTER RELATION IN THE PK TEST.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 8, No. 3, September 1944.

  Riesen, A.H.:  THE DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN MAN AND CHIMPANZEE.  Science 106:107-108, 1947.

  Rudel, R.:  THE FUNCTION OF THE DAYDREAM.  Master’s thesis (directed by M. Scheerer) at the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, New York School for Social Research, New York, 1949.

  Sadger, J.:  PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE PSYCHIC LIFE OF THE FETUS AND THE PRIMARY GERM.  Psychoanalytical Review, Vol. 28, 1941.

  Scherer, Wallace B.:  SPONTANEITY AS A FACTOR IN ESP.  J. Parapsychology, 12, 1948.

  Schmeidler, G.R.: PREDICTING GOOD AND BAD SCORES IN A CLAIRVOYANCE EXPERIMENT:  A PRELIMINARY REPORT.  J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 37, pp. 103-110, July 1943.

  --PREDICTING GOOD AND BAD SCORES IN A CLAIRVOYANCE EXPERIMENT: A FINAL REPORT.  J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 37, pp. 210-221, October, 1943.

  --SEPARATING THE SHEEP FROM THE GOATS.  J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 39, 1945.

  --PROGRESS REPORT ON FURTHER SHEEP-GOAT SERIES.  J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 40, 1946.

  --PERSONALITY CORRELATES OF ESP AS SHOWN BY RORSCHACH STUDIES.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 13, No. 1, March 1949.

  Schmeidler, G.R., and R.A. McConnell:  ESP AND PERSONALITY PATTERNS.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1958.

  Smith, Burke M. and Edmond P. Gibson:  CONDITIONS AFFECTING ESP PERFORMANCE.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 5, No. 1, March 1941.

  Smith, Burke M. and Betty M. Humphrey:  SOME PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS RELATED TO ESP PERFORMANCES.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 10, No. 4, December 1946.

  Smith, Burke M. and E.P. Gibson:  CONDITIONS AFFECTING ESP PERFORMANCE.  J. Parapsychology, 5, pp.58-86, 1941.

  Stewart, C.E., Betty M. Humphrey, Burke M. Smith and Elizabeth McMahan:  PERSONALITY MEASUREMENTS AND ESP TESTS WITH CARDS AND DRAWINGS.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 11, NO. 2, June 1947.

  Taves, Ernest and L.A. Dale:  THE MIDAS TOUCH IN PHSYCHICAL RESEARCH.  Journal A.S.P.R., Vol. 37, pp. 57-83, April, 1943.

  Taves, Ernest and L.A. Dale, Gardner Murphy:  A FURTHER REPORT ON THE MIDAS TOUCH.  Journal A.S.P.R., 1943.

  Thouless, R.H. and B.P. Weisner:  PSI PROCESSES IN NORMAL AND “PARANORMAL” PSYCHOLOGY.  Proc. Soc. Psych. Res., London, 48, pp. 177-96, 1947.

  Watkins, C.Law:  THE LANGUAGE OF DESIGN.  Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, D.C., pp. 10-13, 1943.

  Wertheimer, M.:  PRODUCTIVE THINKING.  New York, Harper & Brothers, 1945.

  Woodruff, J.L., and Gardner Murphy:  EFFECT OF INCENTIVES ON ESP VISUAL PERCEPTION.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 7, No. 3, September 1943.

1950

  Adams, J.K.:  LABORATORY STUDIES OF BEHAVIOR WITHOUT AWARENESS.  Psych. Bull. 54:383-405, 1957.

  Arieti, S.:  PRIMITIVE INTELLECTUAL MECHANISMS IN PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS: STUDY OF THE ARCHAIC EGO.  American J. Psychother., 4:4-15, 1950.

  Baker, K.E. and H. Feldman:  THRESHOLD-LUMINANCE FOR RECOGNITION IN RELATION TO FREQUENCY OF PRIOR EXPOSTURE.  Amer. J. Psychology, 69, 278-80, 1956.

  Baron F.:  THE PSYCHOLOGY OF IMAGINATION.  Scientific American, 199, 150-56, 1958.

  Bexton, W.H., Heron.W., and Scott, T.H.:  EFFECTS OF DECREASED VARIATION IN THE SENSORY ENVIRONMENT.  The Canadian Journal of Psychology, 8 (2) (1954).

  Blackwell, H.R.: PSYCHOLPHYSICAL THRESHOLDS:  EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF METHODS OF MEASUREMENT.  Engineering Res. Institute Bull. Univ. of Michigan, No. 36, 1953.

  Brown, D.R.:  STIMULUS SIMILARITY AND THE ANCHORING OF SUBJECTIVE SCALES.  Amer. J. Psychol., 66, 199-214, 1953.

  Bruner, J.S.:  GOING BEYOND THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES TO COGNITION.  Symposium, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1957.

  Bruner, J.S. and J.J. Goodnow, G.A. Austin:  A STUDY OF THINKING.  New York, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1956.

  Capek, Milic:  THE DEVELOPMENT OF REICHENBACH’S EPISTEMOLOGY.  Review of Metaphysics, 11(1), pp 42-67, 1957.

  Casper, George W.:  EFFECT OF THE RECEIVER’S ATTITUDE TOWARD THE SENDER IN ESP TESTS.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol.  16, No. 3, September 1952.

  Chang, H.T.:  INTERACTION OF EVOKED CORTICAL POTENTIALS. J. Neurophysiol., 16, 133-44, 1953.

  Dixon, N.F.:  SYMBOLIC ASSOCIATIONS FOLLOWING SUBLIMINAL STIMULATION.  Int. J. Psycho-anal., 37 (23), 159-70, 1956.

  --THE EFFECT OF SUBLIMINAL STIMULATION UPON AUTONOMIC AND VERBAL BEHAVIOR.  J. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol., 57 (1), 29-36, 1958a.

  --APPARENT CHANGES IN THE VISUAL THRESHOLD AS A FUNCTION OF SUBLIMINAL STIMULATION.  A PRELIMINARY REPORT.  Quart. J. Exp. Psychol., 10, 211-19, 1958b.

  Eilbert, Leo and G.R. Schmeidler:  A STUDY OF CERTAIN PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN RELATION TO ESP PERFORMANCE. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 14, No. 1, March 1950.

  Ferguson, G.A.:  ON LEARNING AND HUMAN ABILITY.  Canadian Journal of Psychology, 8, 95-112, 1954.

  Fisher, C.:  A STUDY OF THE PRELIMINARY STAGES OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF DREAMS AND IMAGES. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 5, 5-60, 1957.

  Fisher, C. and I.H. Paul:  THE EFFECT OF SUBLIMINAL VIUAL STIMULATION ON IMAGERY AND DREAMS: A VALIDATION STUDY.  J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assoc., 7:35-83, 1959.

  Gibson, James. J.:  THE PERCEPTION OF THE VISUAL WORLD, Boston, 1950.

  Gilbert, L, and G.R. Schmeidler:  A STUDY OF CERTAIN PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN RELATION TO ESP PERFORMANCE.  J. Parapsychology, 14, pp. 53-74, 1950.

  Goldiamond, I.:  INDICATORS OF PERCEPTION: I. SUBLIMINAL PERCEPTION, SUBCEPTION, UNCONSCIOUS PERCEPTION:  AN ANALYSIS IN TERMS OF PSYCHOPHYSICAL INDICATOR METHODOLOGY. Psychol. Bull., 55:373-411, 1958.

  Gomulicki, B.R.:  RECALL AS AN ABSTRACTIVE PROCESS, Ph.D. Thesis, Oxford University, 1952.

  Granit, R.:  RECEPTORS AND SENSORY PERCEPTION. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1955c.

  Hess, D.O.:  THE ROLE OF NEUROLOGICAL IDEAS IN PSYCHOLOGY.  Journal of Personality, 20, 39-55, 1951.

  --DRIVES AND THE CNS (CONCEPTUAL NERVOUS SYSTEM).  Psychological Review, 62, 243-253, 1955.

  Humphrey, Betty M.:  A NEW SCALE FOR SEPARATING HIGH- AND LOW-SCORING SUBJECTS. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 14, No. 1, March 1950.

  --ESP AND INTELLIGENCE.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 14, No. 1, March 1950.

  --ESP SCORE LEVEL PREDICTED BY A COMBINATION OF MEASURES OF PERSONALITY.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 14, No. 3, September 1950.

  --INTROVERSION-EXTROVERSION RATINGS IN RELATION TO SCORES IN ESP TESTS. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 15, No. 4, December 1951.

  --INTROVERSION-EXTROVERSION RATINGS IN RELATION TO SCORES IN ESP TESTS.  J. of Parapsychology, 18, pp 252-62, 1951.

  Humphrey, Betty M. and J. Fraser Nicol:  THE FEELING OF SUCCESS IN ESP.  Journal A.S.P.R., Vol 49, January, 1955.

  Humphrey, G.:  THINKING. London: Methuen, 1951.

  Klein, G.S.:  ON SUBLIMINAL ACTIVATION. J. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 128:293-301, 1959.

  Klein, G. and D.P. Spence, R.R. Holt, S. Gourevitch: PRECONSCIOUS INFLUENCES UPON CONSCIOUS COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR. Paper read at Annual Meeting, American Psychological Association, San Francisco, 1955.

  Kriss, Ernst:  ON PRECONSCIOUS MENTAL PROCESSES.  Psycholanal. Quarterly, 19, 1950.

  Lazarus, R.S. and R.A. McCleary:  AUTONOMIC DISCRIMINATION WITHOUT AWARENESS: A STUDY OF SUBCEPTION. Psychol. Rev., 48, 113-122, 1951.

  Linn, Louis:  THE DISCRIMINATING FUNCTION OF THE EGO.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 23 (1954).

  Livingston, R.B.:  CENTRAL CONTROL OF RECEPTORS AND SENSORY TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS.  In J.Field, H.W. Magoun, and V.E. Hall (eds.) Handbook of Physiology. Section 1: Neurophysiology. Vol. 1 Pp. 741-60. American Physiological Society, Washington, D.C., 1959.

  Maslow, Abraham H.:  MOTIVATION AND PERSONALITY. New York: Harper, 1954.

  --ALFRED KORZYBSKI MEMORIAL LECTURE:  TWO KINDS OF COGNITION AND THEIR INTEGRATION. General Semantics Bulletin, Numbers 20 & 21, 1957.

  --CREATIVITY IN SELF-ACTUALIZING PEOPLE. General Semantics Bulletin, Numbers 24 & 25, 1959.

  Newell, A., and J.C. Shaw, H.A. Simon:  THE PROCESS OF CREATIVE THINKING. University of Colorado 1958 symposium on cognition. Rand Corp. Rep., No. P-1320 (b), 1958.

  Osgood, C.E.:  A BEHAVIORISTIC ANALYSIS OF PERCEPTION AND LANGUAGES TO COGNITION.  Symposium, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1957.

  Penfield, W., and R. Rasmussen:  THE CEREBRAL CORTEX OF MAN.  New York:  MacMillan, 1952.

  Pratt, Carroll C.: THE ROLE OF PAST EXPERIENCE IN VISUAL PERCEPTION.  Journal Psych., Vol. 30, pp 85-107, 1950.

  Pribram, K.H.:  ON THE NEUROLOGY OF THINKING. Behav. Sci., 4, 265-287, 1959.

  Rapaport, D.:  TOWARD A THEORY OF THINKING IN ORGANIZATION AND PATHOLOGY OF THOUGHT. Edited by D. Rapaport, New York: Columbia University Press, 1951.

  Rhine, J.B.:  THE PROBLEM OF PSI MISSING.  Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 16, June, 1952.

  Rivers, Olivia B.:  AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF THE MENTAL HEALTH AND INTELLIGENCE OF ESP SUBJECTS.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 14, No. 4, December 1950.

  Schmeidler, G.P.:  RORSCHACH AND ESP SCORES OF PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM CEREBRAL CONCUSSION.    J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 16, No. 2, June 1952.

  --PICTURE-FRUSTRATION RATINGS AND ESP SCORES FOR SUBJECTS WHO SHOWED MODERATE ANNOYANCE AT THE ESP TASK.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 18, No. 3, September 1954.

  --AGENT-PERCIPIENT RELATIONSHIPS.  J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 52, No. 2, April 1958.

  Shevrin, Howard and Lester Luborsky:  THE MEASUREMENT OF PRECONSCIOUS PERCEPTION IN DREAM AND IMAGES:  AN INVESTIGATION OF THE POETZL PHENOMENON. J. Abnormal Social Pshychol., 56, 1958.

  Silberer, H.:  SYMBOL-FORMATION. Republished in Rapaport, D. (Ed.) loc. cit.

  Smith, G.J.W. and M. Henriksson:  THE EFFECT ON AN ESTABLISHED PERCEPT OF A PERCEPTUAL PROCESS BEYOND AWARENESS. Acta Psychol., II (2), 346-355, 1955.

  Soal, S. and F. Bateman:  MODERN EXPERIMENT IN TELEPATHY.  London: Faber & Faber, 1954.

  Swann, W.F.G.:  THE KNOWN AND THE UNKNOWN. Journal of the Franklin Institute, Vol. 259, No. 5, May 1955.

  Taylor, J.S.:  MEANING, FREQUENCY AND VISUAL DURATION THRESHOLD.  J. Exp. Psychol. 55, 329-34, 1958.

  Thouless, R.H.:  PROBLEMS OF DESIGN IN PARAPSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS.  Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume 37, No. 680 May-June 1954.

  Vinacke, W.E.:  THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THINKING.  New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1952.

  Wallace, Anthony F.C.:  ACCULTURATION:  REVITALIZATION MOVEMENTS. American Anthropologist, April 1956, pp 264-281.

  Werner, Heinz:  MICROGENESIS AND APHASIA. Journal of Psychology, June 1955.

  --MICROGENESIS AND APHASIA.  J. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol., 52:347-353, 1956.

  Werner, H. and B. Kaplan:  THE DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH TO COGNITION: ITS RELEVANCE TO THE PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND ETHNOLINGUISTIC DATA. Amer. Anthropologist 58:866-880, 1956.

  Werner, M.A. and B.T. Engel, T.L. Clemens:  STUDIES OF AUTONOMIC RESPONSES PATTERNS:  RATIONALE AND METHODS.  Behav. Sci., 2:216, 1957.

  Wertheimer, Michael:   HEBB AND SENDON ON THE ROLE OF LEARNING IN PERCEPTION. American Journal of Psychology, Vol. 64, pp 133-137, 1951.

                              1960

  Allison, J.:  COGNITIVE STRUCTURE AND RECEPTIVITY TO LOW INTENSITY STIMULATION.  J. Abnorm. And Soc. Psychol., 67 (2), 132-8, 1963.

  Anderson, M.L.: THE RELATIONS OF PSI TO CREATIVITY.  Journal of Parapsychology, 26, 277-92, 1962.

  Antrobus, J.S.:  INFORMATION THEORY AND STIMULUS-INDEPENDENT THOUGHT.  British Journal Psychology, 59 (4), 423-30, 1968.

  Arieti, Silvano:  THE EXPERIENCES OF INNER STATUS IN PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY.  Edited by B. Kaplan and L. Wapner, New York, International Universities Press, Inc., 1960.

  --THE LOSS OF REALITY.  Psychoanalysis, 48:3-24, 1961.

  --THE MICROGENY OF THOUGHT PERCEPTION.  Archives of General Psychiatry, V.6, pp.454-68, 1962.

  Arnheim, Rudolf:  VISUAL THINKING. Berkley and Los Angeles, 1969.

  Banham, Katharine:  TEMPORARY HIGH SCORING BY A CHILD SUBJECT.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol 30, No. 2, June 1967.

  Banreti-Fuchs, K.M.:  PERCEPTION WITHOUT AWARENESS.  Acta Psychol., 26, 148-60, 1967.

  Begleiter, H. and M.M. Gross, B. Kissin:  EVOKED CORTICAL RESPONSES TO AFFECTIVE VISUAL STIMULI.  Psycholophysiol. 3, 336-44, 1967.

  Beloff, John:  CAN PARANORMAL ABILITIES BE LEARNED?.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 61, No. 2, April 1967.

  Bevan W.:  SUBLIMINAL STIMULATION:  A PERVASIVE PROBLEM FOR PSYCHOLOGY.  Psychol. Bull., 61 (2), 81-99, 1964a.

  Bhadra, B.H.:  THE RELATIONSHIP OF TEST SCORES TO BELIEF IN ESP. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 30, No. 1, March 1966.

  Boardman, W.K. and S. Goldstone:  EFFECTS OF SUBLIMINAL ANCHORS UPON JUDGEMENTS OF SIZE.  Percept. Mot. Skills, 14, 475-82, 1962.

  Bogan, Joseph E.:  THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BRAIN II:  AN APPOSTIONAL MIND.  Bulletin, Los Angeles Neurological Societies, Vol. 34, pp 135-62, 1969.

  Bower, T.G.R.:  THE VISUAL WORLD OF INFANTS.  Scientic American, Vol. 215, pp. 80-92, December, 1966.

  Brier, Bob:  A CORRESPONDENCE ESP EXPERIMENT WITH HIGH-I.Q. SUBJECTS.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 31, No. 2, June 1967.

  Brindley, G.S., and W.S. Lewin:  THE SENSATIONS PRODUCED BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE VISUAL CORTEX.  The Journal of Physiology, Vol. 196, No. 2, May 1968. 

  Buzby, Dallas E.:  SUBJECT ATTITUDE AND SCORE VARIANCE IN ESP TESTS.  Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 31, No. 1, March 1967

  --PRECOGNITION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 32, No. 1, March 1968.

  Campbell, Donald T.:  BLIND VARIATION AND SELECTIVE RETENTION IN CREATIVE THOUGHT AS IN OTHER KNOWLEDGE PROCESSES. Psychological Review, Vol. 67, No. 6, November 1960.

  Colquhoun, W.P., and D.V.J. Corcoran:  THE EFFECTS OF TIME OF DAY AND SOCIAL ISOLATION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEMPERAMENT AND PERFORMANCE.  British J. Soc. Clin. Psychol. 3, pp 226-31, 1964.

  Davies, D.R. and G.R.J. Hockey:  THE EFFECTS OF NOISE AND DOUBLING THE SIGNAL FREQUENCY ON INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCE IN VISUAL VIGILANCE PERFORMANCE.  Brit. J. Psychol., 57, 381-9, 1966.

  Davis, H.:  ENHANCEMENT OF EVOKED CORTICAL POTENTIALS IN HUMANS RELATED TO A TASK REQUIRING A DECISION.  Science, 145, 182, 1964.

  Davis, H., and T. Mast, N. Yoshie, S. Zerlin.  THE SLOW RESPONSE OF THE HUMAN CORTEX TO AUDITORY STIMULI:  RECOVERY PROCESS.  EEG & Clinical Neurophys., 21: 105-113, 1966.

  DelCampo, A.: BLIND CAN SEE THE SHAPE OF THINGS.  Medical World News, October 7, 1966.

  Dentler, Robert A. and Mackler Bernard:  ORIGINALITY: SOME SOCIAL AND PERSONAL DETERMINANTS.  Behavioral Science, Vol. 9, No. 1, January, 1964.

  Desoille, R.:  THE DIRECTED DAYDREAM.  New York:  Psychosynthesis Research Foundation, #8, 1965. 

  Deutsch, J.A. and D. Deutsch:  ATTENTION: SOME THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS.  Psychol. Rev., 70, 80-90, 1963.

  Dixon, N.F.:  COMMUNICATION WITHOUT AWARENESS:  THE IMPLICATIONS OF SUBLIMINAL PERCEPTION.  J. Psychosom. Res., 8, 337-41, 1964.

  Dixon, N.F. and M. Haider:  CHANGES IN THE VISUAL THRESHOLD AS A FUNCTION OF SUBCEPTION.  Quart. J. Exp. Psychol., 13, 229-35, 1961.

  Duane, T.D. and Thomas Behrendt:  EXTRASENSORY ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC INDUCTION BETWEEN IDENTICAL TWINS.  Science, Vol. 150, p. 367, October 15, 1965.

  Eason, M. Jean Clare and Boleslaw A. Wysocki:  EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION AND INTELLIGENCE.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 29, No. 2, June 1965.

  Ehrenwald, Jan:  HUMAN PERSONALITY AND THE NATURE OF PSI PHENOMENA.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 62, No. 4, October 1968.

  Eriksen, C.W.:  DISCRIMINATING AND LEARNING WITHOUT AWARENESS: A METHODOLOGICAL SURVEY AND EVALUATION. Psychol. Rev., 67:279-300, 1960.

  Eysenck, H.J.:  PERSONALITY AND EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION.  Journal of the Society of Psychical Research, Vol. 44, No. 732, June 1967.

  Fehrer, E. and I. Biederman:  A COMPARISON OF REACTION TIME AND VERBAL REPORT IN THE DETECTION OF MASKED STIMULI. J. exp. Psychol., 64, 126-30, 1962.

  Fehrer, E. and D. Raab:  REACTION TIME TO STIMULI MASKED BY METACONSTRAST. J. exp. Psychol., 63, 143-7, 1962.

  Fiss, H.:  THE EFFECTS OF EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED CHANGES IN ALERTNESS ON RESPONSE TO SUBLIMINAL STIMULATION. J. Person., 34 (4), 577-95, 1966(a).

  FitzHerbert, J.: EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD.  International Journal of Parpsychology, Vol. 3, 81-91, Summer 1961.

  Flescher, Irwin:  ANXIETY AND ACHIEVEMENT OF INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED AND CREATIVELY GIFTED CHILDREN.  The Journal of Psychology, 56, pp. 251-268, 1963.

  Freeman, John A.:  A SEQUEL REPORT ON A HIGH-SCORING CHILD SUBJECT.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 30, No. 1, March 1966.

  --BOY-GIRL DIFFERENCES IN A GROUP PRECOGNITION TEST.  The Journal of Parapsychology, 27, 175-81, 1963.

  Gellhorn, E.:  AUTONOMIC-SOMATIC INTEGRATIONS.  Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1967.

  Gibson J.J.:  EFFECT OF THIRST ON STIMULUS RECOVERY AND SPONTANEOUS IMAGERY.  Percept. Mot. Skills, 23, 631-8, 1966.

  --THE CHANGE FROM VISIBLE TO INVISIBLE.  Perception and Psychophysics, Vol. 5, pp. 113-116, 1969.

  Green, C.E.:  EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION AND THE EXTRAVERSION SCALE OF THE MAUDSLEY PERSONALITY INVENTORY.  J. Soc. Psychical Research, 43, 728, 1966.

  --SPONTANEOUS ‘PARANORMAL’ EXPERIENCES IN RELATION TO SEX AND ACADEMIC BACKGROUND.  Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 43, No. 729, September, 1966.

  Haber, R.N.:  EIDETIC IMAGES.  Scientific American, Vol 220, pp. 36-44, April 1969.

  Haider, M., and P. Spong, D.B. Lindsley:  ATTENTION, VIGILANCE, AND CORTICAL EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN HUMANS.  Science, 145: 180-182, 1964.

  Hochberg, Julian and Virginia Brooks:  PICTORIAL RECOGNITION AS AN UNLEARNED ABILITY. Amer. Journal Psych. Vol. 75, pp 624-28, 1962.

  Honorton, Charles:  CREATIVITY AND PRECOGTNITION SCORING LEVEL.  Journal of Parapsychology, Vol 31, No. 1, March 1967.

  Ivanov, Alexander:  SOVIET EXPERIMENTS IN “EYE-LESS VISION”.  International Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. VI, No. 1, Winter, 1964.

  --SOVIET EXPERIMENTS:  1921-27, 1932-38.  International Journal of Parapsychology, Spring, 1963.

  --SOVIET EXPERIMENTS IN ESP, 1921-1927, 1932-1938. International J. of Parapsychology. 1965, 5, 217-230.

  Johnson, Martin and B.K. Kanthamani:  THE DEFENSE MECHANISM TEST AS A PREDICTOR OF ESP SCORING DIRECTION.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 31, No. 2, January 1967.

  Kabrisky, M.:  A PROPOSED MODEL FOR VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN THE HUMAN BRAIN.  Urbana, London: Univ. of Illinois Press, 1966.

  Klip, Willem:  AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO THE INTERPRETATION OF THE QUANTAM THEORY.  Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, Vol 44, No. 734, December 1967.

  Koestler, Arthur:  THE LOTUS AND THE ROBOT. New York: Macmillan, 1960.

  Kogan, I.M.:  INTERMATIONAL ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS IN TELEPATHIC COMMUNICATION.  Radiotekhnika, Vol. 23, No. 3, 87-92, 1968.

  --THE INFORMATION THEORY ASPECT OF TELEPATHY.  (Translated from the Russian by F.J. Krieger), Proc. University of California at Los Angeles, June 7-8, 1969.

  Kozyrev, Nikolai:  AN UNEXPLORED WORLD.  Znamya Magazine, 1963.

  POSSIBILITY OF EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE PROPERTIES OF TIME. Washington D.C.:  Joint Publications Research Service, No. 45238, May 1968.

  Libet, B. and W.W. Alberts, E.W. Wright, B. Feinstein:  RESPONSES OF HUMAN SOMATO-SENSORY CORTEX TO STIMULI BELOW THE THRESHOLD FOR CONSCIOUS SENSATION.  Science, 158 No. 3808), 1597-1600, 1967.

  Levine, F., and J. Stowell:  THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CREATIVITY AND CLAIRVOYANCE.  J. Parapsychol. 27, 272, 1963.

  Mihalasky, J. and Douglas Dean:  BIO-COMMUNICATION. Conference Record, 1969 IEEE International Conference on Communications, Cat. No. 69C29-COM.

  Margenau, Henry:  ESP IN THE FRAMEWORK OF MODERN SCIENCE.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol 60, No. 3, July 1966.

  McConnell, R.A.:  ESP AND CREDIBILITY IN SCIENCE.  American Psychologist, Vol. 24, No. 5, May 1969.

  Mihalasky, John:  EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION IN MANAGEMENT.  Advanced Management Journal, Vol. 32, No. 3, July, 1967.

  Moss, Thelma:  ESP EFFECTS IN “ARTISTS” CONTRASTED WITH “NON-ARTISTS”.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 33, No. 1, March 1968.

  Murphy, G.: CREATIVITY AND ITS RELATION TO EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION.  J. Amer. Soc. Psych. Research, 4, 203-14, 1963.

  Mutschall, Vladimir:  THE PRESENT STATUS OF RESEARCH IN TELEPATHY IN THE SOVIET UNION.  Foreign Science Bulletin, Aerospace Technology Division, Library of Congress. Vol. 1, No. 8, August 1968

  Nash, Carroll B.:  THE EFFECT OF SUBJECT-EXPERIMENTER ATTITUDES ON CLAIRVOYANCE SCORES. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 24, No. 3, September 1960.

  --RELATIONS BETWEEN ESP SCORING LEVEL AND THE MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALTY INVENTORY.  Paper read at the Sixth Annual Conv. of the Parapsychol. Assoc., New York, 1963.  Abstract in Journal of Parapsychology, 27, 274, 1963.

  Neisser, U.:  COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY.  New York, Appleton Century Crofts, 1967.

  Nicol, J.F.:  SOME DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY OF SCIENTIFIC RECOGNITION OF EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION.  In. G.E.W. Wolstenholme and E.C.P. Miller (Eds.) Extrasensory Perception, New York:  Citadel Press, pp. 24-37, 1966.

  Osis, K., and M.E. Turner, Jr.:  DISTANCE AND ESP:  A TRANSCONTINENTAL EXPERIMENT.  Proc. American Society of Psychical Research, Vol. 27, 1-48, 1968.

  Pine, F.: INCIDENTAL STIMULATION:  A STUDY OF PRECONSCIOUS TRANSFORMATIONS. J. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol., 60:68-75, 1960

  Piaget, Jean: “Comments on Vygotsley’s critical remarks concerning” THE LANGUAGE AND THOUGHT OF THE CHILD and JUDGEMENT AND REASONING IN THE CHILD. The M.I.T. Press, (pamphlet), 1962.

  Potzl, O. and R. Allers, J. Teler:  PRECONSCIOUS STIMULATION IN DREAMS, ASSOCIATIONS, AND IMAGES.  Psychol., Issues 11:3, 1960.

  Pratt, J.:  PARAPSYCHOLOGY IN RUSSIA AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA. J. Soc. Psych. Res., 1963, 42, 16-20

  --PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTS WITH A ‘BORROWED’ ESP SUBJECT. J. Soc. Psych. Res., 1964, 42, 333-345.

  Pratt, J. and J. Blom:  A CONFIRMATORY EXPERIMENT WITH A ‘BORROWED’ OUTSTANDING ESP SUBJECT. J. Soc. Psych. Res., 1964, 42, 381-388.

  Pritchard, R.M. and W. Heron, D.O. Hebb:  VISUAL PERCEPTION APPROACHED BY THE METHOD OF STABILIZED IMAGES.  Canad. J. Psychol., 14:67-77, 1960.

  Rhine, J.B.:  CURRENT QUESTIONS ABOUT THE FIELD OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 29, No. 4, December, 1965.

  PSI AND PSYCHOLOGY: CONFLICT AND SOLUTION.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 32, No. 2, June 1968.

  Rhine Louisa E.:  PARAPSYCHOLOGY. THEN AND NOW.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 31, No. 3, September 1967.

  Ryzl, Milan: TRAINING THE PSI FACULTY BY HYPNOSIS. J. Soc. Psych. Res., 1962, 41, 234-251.

  --IN SEARCH FOR THE REGULAR CONTROL OF ESP. Indian J. of Parapsychology, 1962, 3, No. 2, 34-38.

  --PARPSYCHOLOGY IN COMMUNIST COUNTRIES IN EUROPE.  International Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 10, No. 3, Autumn 1968.

  Ryzl, Milan and John Beloff:  LOSS OF STABILITY OF ESP PERFORMANCE IN HIGH-SCORING SUBJECT.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 29, No. 1, March 1965.

  Ryzl, Milan and J. Pratt:  CONFIRMATION OF ESP PERFORMANCE IN A HYPNOTICALLY PREPARED SUBJECT. J. of Parapsychology, 1962, 26, 237-243.

  --A FURTHER CONFIRMATION OF STABILIZED ESP PERFORMANCE IN A SELECTED SUBJECT.  J. of Parapsychology, 1963, 27, 73-83.

  --A REPEATED-CALLING ESP TEST WITH SEALED CARDS. J. of Parapsychology, 1963, 27, 161-174.

  --THE FOCUSING OF ESP UPON PARTICULAR TARGETS. J. of Parapsychology, 1963, 27, 227-241.

  Ryzl, Milan and J. Ryzlova:  A CASE OF HIGH-SCORING ESP PERFORMANCE IN THE HYPNOTIC STATE. J. of Parapsychology, 1962, 26, 153-171.

  Schmeidler, G.R.:  TESTS OF CREATIVE THINKING AND ESP SCORES.  Indian Journal of Parapsychology, 4, 51-57, 1963.

  Schmidt, Helmut:  PRECOGNITION OF A QUANTUM PROCESS.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 33, No. 2, June 1969.

  Segal, S.J. and V. Fusella:  EFFECTS OF IMAGING ON SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO WITH VARYING SIGNAL CONDITIONS.  Brit. J. Psychol. 60 (4), 459-64, 1969.

  Shevrin, Howard, and Dean E. Fritzler:  VISUAL EVOKED RESPONSE CORRELATES OF UNCONCIOUS MENTAL PROCESSES.  Science, Vol. 161, July 1968.

  Segy, Ladislas:  GEOMETRIC ART AND ASPECTS OF REALITY.  The Centennial Review, Vol. II, pp.419-55, 1967.

  Sergeyev, G.A.:  AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE SELF-ADAPTATION FUNCTIONS OF THE HUMAN OPERATOR.  Foreign Technology Division, Air Force Systems Command, FTD-HT-67-337, September 1967.

  Shevrin, Howard, and Phillip Rennick:  CORTICAL RESPONSE TO A TACTILE STIMULUS DURING ATTENTION, MENTAL ARITHMETIC AND FREE ASSOCIATIONS.  Psychophysiology, Vol. 3, No. 4, 1967

  Shevrin, Howard, and Lester Luborsky:  THE REBUS TECHNIQUE: A METHOD FOR STUDYING PRIMARY-PROCESS TRANSFORMATIONS OF BRIEFLY EXPOSED PICTURES. Journal of Mental Disorders, No. 133 PP. 479-488 (1961).

  Singer, Jerome L., and Rosalea A. Schonbar:  CORRELATES OF DAYDREAMING: A DIMENSION OF SELF AWARENESS.  Journal of Consulting Psychology, Vol. 25, No. 1, 1-6, 1961.

  Spence, D.P.:  THE MULTIPLE EFFECTS OF SUBLIMINAL STIMULI. J. Personality, 29:40-53, 1961.

  Sternberg, S.:  HIGH SPEED SCANNING IN HUMAN MEMORY.  Science, 153, 652-4, 1966.

  Stevenson, Ian: AN ANTAGONIST’S VIEW OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY.  A REVIEW OF PROFESSOR HANSEL’S ESP:  A SCIENTIFIC EVALUATION.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 61, No. 3, July 1967.

  Stoss, L. and H. Shevrin:  THE EFFECTS OF HYPNOSIS ON SUBLIMINAL PERCEPTION.  Int. J. Clin. Exp. Hypnosis.  1966(a).

  Szilard, Leo:  ON THE DECREASE OF ENTROPY IN A THERMODYNAMIC SYSTEM BY THE INTERVENTION OF INTELLIGENT BEINGS.  (Translated by Anatol Rapoport and Mechthilde Knoller from the original article, “Uber dis Entropieverminderung in einem thermodynamischen System bei Eingriffen intelligenter Wesen.”  Zeitschrift fur Physik, 1929, 53, 840-856.)  Reprinted: Behavioral Science, Vol. 9, No. 4, October, 1964.

  Thierman, T.:  A SIGNAL DETECTION APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF SET IN TACHISTOSCOPIC RECOGNITION.  Percept. Mot. Skills, 27, 96-8, 1968.

  Thouless, Robert H.:  PARAPSYCHOLOGY DURING THE LAST QUARTER CENTURY.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 33, No. 4, December 1969.

  U.S. Joint Publications Research Service (Distributed by Office of Technical Services); U.S. Department of Commerce: SOVIET RESEARCH ON ESP AND THOUGHT TRANSMISSION.  OTS: 61-31,493. JRPS: 9511, June 20, 1961.

  Vasiliev, L.L.:  EXPERIMENTS IN MENTAL SUGGESTION.  Hampshire, England, ISMI Publications, 1963.

  Walkup, Lewis E.:  CREATIVITY IN SCIENCE THROUGH VISUALIZATION.  Journal of Creative Behavior, Vol.1, pp.283-90, 1967.

  White, Rhea A.:  A COMPARISON OF OLD AND NEW METHODS OF RESPONSE TO TARGETS IN ESP EXPERIMENTS.  The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. LVIII, No. 1, January 1964.

  Zwosta, M.F. and R. Zenhausern:  APPLICATION OF SIGNAL DETECTION THEORY TO SUBLIMINAL AND SUPRALIMINAL ACCESSORY STIMULATION.  Percept. Mot. Skills, 28, 699-704, 1969. 

                              1970

  Adamenko, Victor G.:  THE PHENOMENON OF SKIN ELECTRICITY.  Tekhnika Molodozhi, No. 11, Moscow, 1970.

  --OBJECTS MOVED AT A DISTANCE BY MEANS OF A CONTROLLED BIOELECTRIC FIELD.  Journal of Paraphysics (International)., Vol. 6, No. 1, 1972.

  Adamenko, Victor G., and S.D. Kirlian, G.A. Sergeyev, G.D. Shushkev, E.G. Gryaznukhin, V.V. Kulagin, A.S. Roman, V. Iniushin, N.I. Musalevskaya:  PROBLEMS IN BIOENERGETICS:  ALMA-ATA, U.S.S.R.  PART ONE: INSTRUMENTS AND RECORDING DEVICES; PART TWO: SOME PROPERTIES OF BIOPLASMA.  Journal of Paraphysics (International), Vol. 6, No. 1, 1972.

  Alexander, Eugene, D.:  IN-THE-BODY TRAVEL:  A GROWTH EXPERIENCE WITH FANTASY.  Psychotherapy, Theory, Research and Practice, Vol. 4, 24, Winter 1971.

  Amari, S.: DYNAMICS OF PATTERN FORMATION IN LATERAL-INHIBITION TYPE NEURAL FIELDS.  Biol. Cybernetics 27, 77087, (1977A).

  --NEURAL THEORY OF ASSOCIATION AND CONCEPT-FORMATION.  Biol. Cybernetics 26, 175-185 (1977B).

  --TOPOGRAPHIC ORGANIZATION OF NERVE FIELDS.  Bull. Math. Biol., 1979.

  Armai, S. and A. Takeuchi:  MATHEMATICAL THEORY ON FORMATION OF CATEGROY DETECTING NERVE CELLS.  Biol. Cybernetics 29, 127-136, (1978).

  Anastasi, Anne, and Charles E. Schaefer:  NOTE ON THE CONCEPTS OF CREATIVITY AND INTELLIGENCE.  The Creative Education Foundation, Vol 5, No. 2, 2nd Quarter, 1971.

  Arieti, Silvano:  CREATIVITY, THE MAGIC SYNTHESIS. Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, New York, 1976.

  Arnheim, Rudolf:  THE GESTALT THEORY OF EXPRESSION. Intervert perspective in art:  display and expression. Leonardo, Spring. (18), pp.51-73, 1972

  Ashner, Jules:  SOVIET PSYCHOLOGISTS REVERSE STTAND, URGE NEW ACTION ON PSYCHIC RESEARCH.  APA Monitor, April 1974.

  Barber, T.X.:  PITFALLS IN RESEARCH: NINE INVESTIGATOR AND EXPERIMENTAL EFFECTS, in R.M.W Travers (Ed.), SECOND HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH AND TEACHING, Rand McNally, Chicago, 1973.

  Beal, James B.:  THE NEW BIO-TECHNOLOGY – POTENTIAL APPLICATION TO THE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT.  Private Document, 1972.

  Bearden, Thomas E.:  FIELD, FORMON, SUPERSPACE, AND INCEPTIVE CYBORG:  A PARAPHYSICAL THEORY OF NONCAUSAL PHENOMENA.  United States Army Medical Department, USA Medical Intelligence and Information Agency, MIIA-1-74, December 1974.

  Beloff, John:  PARAPSYCHOLOGY AND ITS NEIGHBORS.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 34, No. 2, June 1970.

  Bleykher, V.M.:  PARAPSYCHOLOGY:  SCIENCE OR SUPERSTITON?.  U.S. Department of Commerce, Joint Publications Research Service, JPRS 60883, December 28, 1973.

  Bohm, D.:  QUANTUM THEORY AS AN INDICATION OF A NEW ORDER IN PHYSICS. PART A. THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW ORDERS AS SHOWN THROUGH THE HISTORY OF PHYSICS.  Foundations of Physics, Vol. 1, No. 4, 1971.

  --QUANTUM THEORY AS AN INDICATION OF A NEW ORDER IN PHYSICS. B.  IMPLICATE AND EXPLICATE ORDER IN PHYSICAL LAW. Foundations of Physics, Vol. 3, No. 2, 1973.

  Bower, T.G.R.:  THE OBJECT IN THE WORLD OF THE INFANT.  Scientic American, Vol. 225, pp. 30-38, 1971.

  Brada, Jiri:  INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS AND ENERGY TRANSFER.  Proc. Of 1st Conference on Psychotronic Research, Prague, 1973.

  Chari, C.T.K.:  PRECOGNITION, PROBABILITY, AND QUANTUM MECHANICS.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 66, No. 2, April 1972.

  Chauvin, Remy:  TO RECONCILE PSI AND PHYSICS.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 34, No. 3, September 1970.

  Costa de Beauregard, O.:  S-MATRIX, FEYNMAN ZIGZAG AND EINSTEIN CORRELATION.  Physics Letters, Vol. 67A, No. 3, August 7, 1978.

  Deikman, Arthur J.:  BIOMODAL CONSCIOUSNESS.  Arch. Gen. Psychiat., Vol. 25, December 1971.

  D’Espagnat, Bernard:  THE QUANTUM THEORY AND REALITY:  QUANTUM MECHANICS CURIOUSLY DISAGREES WITH THE DOCTRINE THAT THE WORLD IS INDEPENDENT OF MIND.  Scientific American, Vol. 241, No. 5, November 1979.

  Douglas, John H.:  THE GENIUS OF EVERYMAN (1): DISCOVERING CREATIVITY. Science News, Vol. 111, No. 17, April 1977.

  --THE GENIUS OF EVERYMAN (2):  LEARNING CREATIVITY. Sciences News. Vol. 111, April 30, 1977.

  Dreistadt, Roy:  THE PROPHETIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF GENIUSES AND TYPES OF EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION.  New School for Social Research, N.Y., Vol. 8, No. 2, May 1971 (Reprinted from Psychology).

  Dubrov, Aleksandr P.:  BIOGRAVITATION AND PSYCHOTRONICS. Impact of Science on Society, Vol. XXIV, No.4, 1974.

  Ehrenwald, Jan:  PSI PHENOMENA AND THE EXISTENTIAL SHIFT.  Journal of the American Society of Psychical Research, Vol. 65, No. 2, April 1971.

  --CEREBRAL LOCALIZATION AND THE PSI SYNDROME.  The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. Vol. 161, No. 6, 1975.

  --A NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL OF PSI PHENOMENA.  Paper read to the Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Association, Dallas, at a panel, “Science and Psi: Transcultural Trends”, sponsored by the APA Task Force on Transcultural Psychiatry, May 1972.  The Journal on Nervous and Mental Disease, 1972.

  Eriksen, C.W. and J.W. Rohrbaugh:  SOME FACTORS DETERMINING EFFICIENCY OF SELECTIVE ATTENTION.  Amer. J. Psychol. 83 (3), 330-42, 1970.

  Eisenbud, Jule:  SOME NOTES ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE PARANORMAL.  Journal of the American Society for Physical Research, Vol 66, No. 1, January 1972.

 Farnham-Diggory, Sylvia, ed.:  INFORMATION PROCESSING IN CHILDREN.  New York, 1972.

  Fidel’man, V. Ye, and V. V. Gulevskiy, et al:  PROCEDURE AND RESULTS OF AN EXPERIMENTAL CHECK OF POSSIBILITIES FOR TELEPATHIC COMMUNICATION.  Air Force Systems Command, Translation Division, Foreign Technology Division, FTD-ID(RS)T-1336-77, August 10, 1977.

  Fukushima, Kunihiko:  A MODEL OF ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY IN THE BRAIN.  Kybernetik 12 58-63, Springer Verlag, 1973.

  --SELF-ORGANIZING MULTILAYERED NEURAL NETWORK.  Biol. Cybernetics 20, 121-136, 1975.

  --SELF-ORGANIZATION OF A NEURAL NETWORK WHICH GIVES POSITION-INVARIANT RESPONSE.  Proceedings of the Sixth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Tokyo, pp. 291-293 (1979b), August 20-23, 1979.

  Gabe, R.M. and M.J. Keating:  THE VISUAL SYSTEM AND “NEURONAL SPECIFICITY.”  Nature (London) 237, 375-378 (1972).

  Greenberg, Joel:  BLIND DRAWINGS:  A NEW PERSPECTIVE.  Science News, Vol. 114, No. 20, November 11, 1978.

  Greidanus, J.H.:  PSYCHO-PHYSICAL THEORY (Improved).  Reprinted from Proceedings, Series B, Vol. 78, North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam-Oxford, 1975.

  Harvahk, J.V.:  A BIOPHYSICAL MAGNETOMETER-GRADIOMETER.  U.S. Army Advanced Material Concepts Agency, The Virginia Journal of Science, Vol 21, #2, 1970.

  Hockey, G.R.J.:  SIGNAL PROBABILITY AND SPATIAL LOCATION AS POSSIBLE BASES FOR INCREASED SELECTIVITY.  Quart. J. Exp. Psychol., 22(1), 37-42, 1970(b).

  Kanthamani, B.K., and Remakrishna Rao:  PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF ESP SUBJECTS: I. PRIMARY PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS AND ESP.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 35, No. 3, September 1971.

  --II. THE COMBINED PERSONALITY MEASURE (CPM AND ESP).  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 36, No. 1, March 1972.

  --III. EXTRASVERSION AND ESP. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 36, No. 3, September 1972.

  --IV.  NEUROTICISM AND ESP. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 37, No. 1, March 1973.

  --V.  GRAPHIC EXPANSIVENESS AND ESP. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 37, No. 2, June 1973.

  Kahuda, F.:  PARAPSYCHOLOGY EXPERIMENTS IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA.  U.S. Joint Publications Research Service.  JPRS L/6420, September 13, 1976.

  Kaznacheyev, V.P. and S.P. Shurin, L.P. Mikhailova, N.V. Ignatovish:  DISTANT INTERCELLULAR INTERACTIONS IN A SYSTEM OF TWO TISSUE CULTURES    .  Psychoenergetic Systems, Vol. 1, pp. 141-142, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers Ltd., U.K., 1976.

  --REPORT:  APPARENT INFORMATION TRANSFER BETWEEN TWO GROUPS OF CELLS.  Psychoenergetic Systems, Vol. 1, p. 37, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, Ltd. U.K., 1974.

  Kelly, E.F., H. Kanthamani, I.L. Child, and F.W. Young: ON THE RELATION BETWEEN VISUAL AND ESP CONFUSION STRUCTURES IN AN EXCEPTIONAL ESP SUBJECT      . J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 69, No. 1, January 1975.

  Kennedy, J.E., and Judith L. Taddonio:  EXPERIMENTER EFFECTS IN PARAPSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 40, No. 1, March 1976.

  Kishimoto, K. and S. Amari:  EXISTENCE AND STABILITY OF LOCAL EXCITATIONS IN NEURAL FIELDS.  J. Math. Biol. 7, 303-318 (1979).

  Kogan, I.M.:  UNSOLVED RIDDLES:  PHENOMENA AMONGST US. Leninskoya Znamya (Lenin’s Banner), p.4, april 28, 1974.

  Kongro, Anatoliy:  EMOTION DETECTOR EXPERIMENTS.  U.S. Department of Commerce, Joint Publications Research Service, JPRS 57407, November 2, 1972.

  Kreitler, Hans and Shulamuth Kreitler:  SUBLIMINAL PERCEPTION AND EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 37, No. 3, September 1973.

  --ESP AND COGNITION. J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 38, No. 3, September 1974.

  Lancaster, Elizabeth:  DRAWINGS BY CROSS-COUNTRY “THOUGHT RECEPTION”.  The Psychic Scene by Martin Ebon (ed.), NAL, 1974.

  Malsburg, C. von der:  SELF-ORGANIZATION OF ORIENTATION SENSITIVE CELLS IN THE STRIATE CORTEX.  Kybernetik 14, 85-100 (1973).

  McBain, William N., and Wayne Fox, Susan Kimura, Miles Nakanishi, John Tirado:  QUASI-SENSORY COMMUNICATION:  AN INVESTIGATION USING SEMANTIC MATCHING AND ACCENTUATED AFFECT.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 14, No. 4, 281-291, 1970.

  McConnell, R.A.:  THE MOTIVATIONS OF PARAPSYCHOLOGISTS.  J. of American Society for Psychical Research. Vol. 69, No. 3, July 1975.

  Mihalasky, John:  HOW EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION CAN PLAY A ROLE IN IDEA GENERATION. American Society of Mechanical Engineers Publication No. 72-DE-5, 1972.

  --ESP;CAN IT PLAY A ROLE IN IDEA-GENERATION?.  Machanical Engineering, December 1972.

  Moon, Marvin L.:  ARTISTS CONTRASTED WITH NON-ARTISTS CONCERNING BELIEF IN ESP:  A POLL. J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 69, No. 2, April 1975.

  Murphy, Gardner:  THE PROBLEM OF REPEATABILITY IN PSYCHICAL RESEARCH.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 65, No. 1, January 1971.

  Nash, Carroll B.:  CUTANEOUS PERCEPTION OF COLOR WITH A HEAD BOX.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 65, No. 1, January 1971.

  Nauka, Tekhnika I.:  PSYCHIC ENERGY.  Technology and Science, pp. 11-14, March 1974.

  Prestige, M.G.  and D.J. Willshaw: ON A ROLE FOR A COMPETITION IN THE FORMATION OF PATTERNED NEURAL CONNECTIONS.  Proc. R. Soc. London, Ser. B 190, 77-98 (1975).

  Puthoff, H.E. and Russell Targ:  A PERCEPTUAL CHANNEL FOR INFORMATION TRANSFER OVER KILOMETER DISTANCES: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND RECENT RESEARCH.  Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 64, No. 3, March 1976.

  Ransom, Champe:  RECENT CRITICISMS OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY:  A REVIEW.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 65, No. 3, July 1971.

  Rhine, J.B.:  THE IMPORTANCE OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY TO WILLIAM MCDOUGALL.  The Journal of Parapsychology. Vol. 35, No. 3, September 1971.

  Rhine, Louisa E.:  THE ESTABLISHMENT OF BASIC CONCEPTS AND TERMINOLOGY IN PARAPSYCHOLOGY.  The Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 35, No. 1, March 1971.

  Rorvik, David:  THE THETA EXPERIENCE:  ELECTRONIC INSIGHTS. Saturday Review of the Sciences, May 1973.

  Segeyev:  PRINCIPLES OF SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF A BIOPLASMOGRAM DURING EMOTIONAL STRESS.  Moscow:  Kontrol’ Sostoyaniya Cheloveka-Operator, pp. 18-26, 1970.

  Sergeyev, G.A.:  THE METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY. U.S. Joint Publications Research Service, JPRS l/4922, June 3, 1974.

  Shevrin, Howard, and William H. Smith:  AVERAGE EVOKED RESPONSE AND VERBAL CORRELATES OF UNCONCIOUS MENTAL PROCESSES.  Psychophysiology.  Vol. 8, No. 2, 1971.

  Shevrin, Howard:  BRAIN WAVE CORRELATES OF SUBLIMINAL STIMULATION, UNCONSCIOUS ATTENTION, PRIMARY- AND SECONDARY-PROCESS THINKING, AND REPRESSIVENESS.  The Psychological ISS, No. 8, Monograph 30, pp56-87, 1973.

  Sidgwick, Mrs. H.:  ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT.  Parapsychological Review. 1, No. 5, 26-32, 1970 (Reprinted from Proc. Soc. Psych. Res., 22, 1-18, 1908).

  Socialist Industries.  AUTOGRAVITY?  Reprinted from Socialist Industires, U.S.S.R., September 9, 1973.

  Sputnik (from the newspapers Izvestia and Moskovsky Komsomolets):  BILLIONS OF TRANSMITTERS INSIDE US?  AN UNKNOWN BIO-INFORMATION CHANNEL HAS BEEN DISCOVERED:  USING THIS ‘WIRELESS TELEGRAPH’, THE CELLS OF THE ORGANISM TRANSMIT DANGERS SIGNALS.  May 29, 1975.

  Struckmeyer, Frederick, R.:  PRECOGNITION AND THE “INTERVENTION PARADOX”.  Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 64, No. 3, July 1970.

  Szenthagothai, J.:  THE NEURON NETWORK OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX:  A FUNCTIONAL INTERPRETATION.  Proc. R. Soc. London, Ser. B 201, 219-248 (1978).

  Taddonio, Judith L.:  ATTITUDES AND EXPECTANCIES IN ESP SCORING.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 39, No. 4, December 1975.

  --THE RELATIONSHIP OF EXPERIMENTER EXPECTANCY TO PERFORMANCE ON ESP TASKS.  J. of Parapsychology, Vol. 40, No. 2, June 1976.

  Takeuchi, A. and S. Amari:  FORMATION OF TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS AND COLUMNAR MICROSTRUCTURES IN NERVE FIELDS.  Biological Cybernetics, Springer-Verlag, 35,63-72, 1979.

  Tornuyev, Yu. V.:  ON THE ORIGIN OF AN ELECTRICAL FIELD OF AN EXCITED ISOLATED NERVE IN THE AIR.  Fiziologicheskiy Zhurnal im, I.M.Sechenova, Russian. Vol. 58, No. 9, 1972.

  Walker, Evan Harris:  THE COMPLEAT QUANTUM MECHANICAL ANTHROPOLOGIST. U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratories, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.  Presented at the Rhine-Swanton Symposium on Parapsychology and Anthropology, 73rd Annual American Anthropological Association Meeting, Mexico City, November 19-24, 1974.

  Westlake, Philip R.:  THE POSSIBILITIES OF NEURAL HOLOGRAPHIC PROCESSES WITHIN THE BRAIN.  Kybernetik, VII, 4, September 1970.

  White, Rhea A.:  THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONS OTHER THAN THE EXPERIMENTER ON THE SUBJECT’S SCORES IN PSI EXPERIMENTS.  J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 70, No. 2, April 1976.

  --THE LIMITS OF EXPERIMENTER INFLUENCE ON PSI TEST RESULTS:  CAN ANY BE SET?.  J. of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 70, No. 4, October 1976.

  Willshaw, D.J. and C. von der Malsburg:  HOW PATTERNED NEURAL CONNECTIONS CAN BE SET UP BY SELF-ORGANIZATION.  Proc. R. Soc. London, Ser. B 194, 431-445 (1976).

  Yarovoy, Yu.:  ONE CELL SPOKE TO ANOTHER. U.S. Department of Commerce, JPRS 59133, No. 3, May 25, 1973.

  Zinchenko, V.P. and A.N. Leont’yev, B.F. Lomov, A.R. Luriya:  PARAPSYCHOLOGY: FACT OR FICTION?.  Voprosy Filosofii, Russian, No. 9, pp 129-136, 1973.

1980

  Arnheim, Rudolf:  VISUAL DYNAMICS.  American Scientist. Vol. 76, November-December 1988.

  Costa de Beauregard, O.:  CPT INVARIANCE AND INTERPRETATION OF QUANTUM MECHANICS.  Foundations of Physics, Vol. 10, No. 7/8, August 1980.

  Cotman, Carl W. and Manuel Nieto-Sampedro:  BRAIN FUNCTIONS, SYNAPSE RENEWAL AND PLASTICITY. Ann. Rev. Psychol., 33:371-401, 1982.

  Dodge, Christopher, H.:  RESEARCH INTO “PSI” PHENOMENA:  CURRENT STATUS AND TRENDS OF CONGRESSIONAL CONCERN. Summary Report.  The Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 83-511 SP, June 2, 1983.

  Eccles, John:  BRAIN, SOULD AND THE NATURE OF THE HUMAN PERSON.  The News World, New York, September 1, 1980.

  Eimas, Peter D.:  THE PERCEPTION OF SPEECH IN EARLY INFANCY. Scientific American. Vol. 252, #1, January 1985.

  Fukushima, Kunihiko:  NEOCOGNITRON:  A SELF-ORGANIZING NEURAL NETWORK MODEL FOR A MECHANISM OF PATTERN RECOGNITION UNAFFECTED BY SHIFT IN POSITION.  Biological Cybernetics, Springer-Verlag, 36, 193-202, 1980.

  Ingvar, D.H.:  SERIAL ASPECTS OF LANGUAGE AND SPEECH RELATED TO PREFRONTAL CORTICAL ACTIVITY:  A SELECTIVE REVIEW.  Human Neurobiology, Springer-Verlag, @:177-189, 1983.

  Kandel, Eric R.:  FROM METAPSYCHOLOGY TO MOLECULAR BIOLOGY:  EXPLORATIONS INTO THE NATURE OF ANXIETY.  The American Journal of Psychiatry, 140:10, October 1983.

  Libet, Benjamin:  UNCONSCIOUS CEREBRAL INTIATIVE AND THE ROLE OF CONSCIOUS WILL IN VOLUNTARY ACTION.  The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 4, Cambridge University Press, December 1985.

  McKusick, Marshall:  PSYCHIC ARCHAEOLOGY:  THEORY, METHOD, AND MYTHOLOGY.  Journal of Field Archaeology, Vol. 9, 1982.

  Meyers, Isabel Briggs with Peter B. Myers:  GIFTS DIFFERING. Pgs. 112-116, Consulting Psychologists Press, Palo Alto, CA, 1980.

  Miller, Robert Keith:  DISCRIMINATION IS A VIRTUE.  My Turn, Newsweek, July 21, 1980.

  Stapp, Henry P.:  CONSCIOUSNESS AND VALUES IN THE QUANTUM UNIVERSE. Foundations of Physics, Vol. 15, No. 1, January 1985.

  Zakharchenko, Valeriy Mikhaylovich and Georgiy Viktorovich Skrotskiy:  DEVELOPMENT OF OPTICAL BRAIN DISCUSSED.  From the book, “Cybernetics: Practical Affairs,” in the series “Cybernetics: Unlimited Possibilities and Possible Limitations,” a collection of articles, compiled and edited by Viktor Davydovich Pekelis.  Moscow, Kibernetika. Dela Prakticheskiye in Russian, 1984.

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