Psychic experiences and synesthesia – online survey invitation

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Parapsychology researchers Dr. Carols Alvorado and Dr. Christine Simmonds-Moore have asked me to announce that they are inviting members of the public to complete an online survey of psychic experiences.

Their website explains:

We are interested in learning more about a variety of human experiences, some of which are unusual, but are by no means uncommon in the general population. We are undertaking an online survey to explore individual differences, synesthesia (the tendency for some people to experience two senses together, e.g., colored words or numbers; tasting shapes; spatially organized calendars, etc.), and a variety of anomalous experiences (for example, extrasensory perception.

We would very much appreciate it if you would take the time to complete this online questionnaire, even if you have never experienced the things described on the questionnaire.

You can access the survey from this link: http://carlossalvarado.edublogs.org/2012/03/05/new-survey-study-of-psychic-experiences-and-synesthesia/

Please email Dr. Christine Simmonds-Moore (csimmond@westga.edu) if you have any questions about the survey.

alvoradoCarlos is the Scholar in Residence at Atlantic University. He has been professionally involved in parapsychology since the 1980s. His previous research work has centered on the psychological study of out-of-body experiences and other phenomena. In recent times he has conducted survey studies of the general population on such topics as depersonalization experiences and imaginary companions.

simmonds-mooreChristine is a British-born psychologist working at the University of West Georgia. She is the editor of “Exceptional Experience and Health: Essays on Mind, body and human potential”, a co-author of text book on Anomalistic Psychology and is working on a book about the relationship between schizotypy and exceptional experiences.

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