The Anomaly Prone PersonalitywithChristine Simmonds-Moore

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Christine Simmonds-Moore, PhD, is on the faculty of the psychology department at the University of West Georgia. She has been active in the field of parapsychology for many years. She is coauthor of Anomalistic Psychology. She is also editor of the book, Exceptional Experience and Health: Essays on Mind, Body and Human Potential.

Here she presents a number of psychological parameters that correlate positively with both laboratory studies and subjective reports of paranormal and psi experiences. She describes several varieties of synesthesia and explains how this is potentially related to psi. She discusses schizotypy, a collection of personality traits, that are sometimes viewed as pathological and sometimes viewed positively as fostering creativity. She also discusses transliminality and temporal lobe lability.

(Recorded on September 23, 2020.)

Published on October 23, 2020