The Role of Anomalous Experiences in Bereavement by Cal Cooper

Cal Cooper is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Northampton, UK, focusing on topics such as parapsychology, thanatology, sexology and positive psychology. He is a member of such organizations as the Society for Psychical Research (and their Survival Research Committee) and the Parapsychological Association. He is the author and editor of such titles as: Telephone Calls from the Dead, Conversations with Ghosts, and Paracoustics: Sound and the Paranormal.

In this talk, Cal Cooper addresses the role of anomalous experiences in bereavement, exploring the intersection of such experiences with the psychological effects they produce in bereavement.

Dr. Nancy L. Zingrone , Research Fellow, Parapsychology Foundation, moderates the session.

Published on January 13, 2017