Paranormal Cognition


THIS short essay contains the substance of a thesis recently submitted to the Department of Medicine of the University of Cambridge, and approved for the degree of doctor of medicine. Although it contains little from the medical point of view and would seem more suitable as a thesis submitted to some psychological faculty, the book is of interest as it directs attention to a question which is bound to excite greater attention as time goes on.

Paranormal Cognition

Its Place in Human Psychology. By Dr. Laurence J. Bendit. Pp. 79. (London: Faber and Faber, Ltd., 1944.) 5s. net.

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DINGWALL, E. Paranormal Cognition. Nature 154, 192 (1944).

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