Education in Parapsychology with essays by Dr. John Beloff, Dr. Irvin L. Child, Dr. Robert L. Morris, and Dr. Gertrude Schmeidler. Introduction by Dr. Nancy L. Zingrone and annotated bibliography by Dr. Carlos S. Alvarado.
Description: An anthology of articles on education taken from the pages of Parapsychology Review. veteran psychologists and parapsychological educators contributed chapters on the paranormal as an educative experience, recruiting for research, the place of parapsychology in a liberal arts curriculum and the responsibility of teachers and students. Also includes an introduction by Nancy L. Zingrone and an annotated bibliography for teachers and students compiled by Carlos S. Alvarado.
About the authors: At the time of publication, Nancy L. Zingrone, who wrote the introduction, was the Director of Publications at the Parapsychology Foundation. Dr. John Beloff, who wrote “The Study of the Paranormal as an Educative Experience” was an Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Dr. Gertrude R. Schmeidler, who wrote “Recruiting for Research,” was an Emeritus Professor of Psychology at City College of New York; Dr. Irvin L. Child, who wrote “Parapsychology in the Liberal Arts Curriculum,” was an Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Yale University, Dr. Robert L. Morris, who wrote “The responsibilities of instructors in parapsychology,” was the Koestler Professor of Parapsychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Edinburgh; and Dr. Carlos S. Alvarado, who compiled the extensive bibliography that completes the volume, was the Chairman of Domestic and International Programs at the Parapsychology Foundation.