It’s about time!
Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Visiting Scholar, Rhine Research Center
As I argued in a previous blog the human dimension of parapsychology is of basic importance to the field. By the human dimension I mean the individuals who conduct research and keep the field alive and moving. This is clear in the second volume of Rosemarie Pilkington’s recently published compilation of biographical essays, Men and Women of Parapsychology. Consequently I am starting a series of blog devoted to introducing workers in parapsychology to the general public through short interviews.
I am happy to open this series of blogs with psychologist Patrizio Tressoldi. Patrizio is a researcher at the Department of General Psychology of the University of Padova. In addition to his interest in parapsychology, he has done work in clinical psychology, with emphasis on the psychological assessment and evaluation of interventions for learning disabilities. In this area he is…
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