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Keywords:anomalous experience, anomalous cognition, meditation, creativity, synesthesia, spiritual experience, absorption, mental porosity, mystical experience, neurophenomenology, psychedelics, psi, ESP, parapsychology, anomalistics
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Charman, R. A. (2021). Empirical evidence of psi healing in mice confirms parapsychology, or psiology, as a legitimate scientific discipline. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 85(2), 91-103.
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