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ACRPND    12 Related Psychology - Near-Death Experiences
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ACRPND     Bush, Nancy E. 1983. The Near-Death Experience In Children: Shades of the Prison-House Reopening. Anabiosis 3: 177-93.
ACRPND     Clark, Kimberly. 1984. Clinical Interventions with Near-Death Experiencers in The Near-Death Experience. ed. Bruce Greyson and Charles P. Flynn. Springfield, Illinois: Charles P. Thomas.
ACRPND     Council, James and Greyson, Bruce. 1985. Near-Death Experiences and the Fantasy-Prone Personality. Paper presented to the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California.
ACRPND     Davis, Lorraine. 1988. A Comparison of UFO and Near-Death Experiences as Vehicles for the Evolution of Human consciousness. Journal of Near-Death Studies 6: 240-57.
ACRPND     Greyson, Bruce. 1983. Increase in Psychic Phenomena Following Near-Death Experiences. Theta 11: 26-29.
ACRPND     Herzog, David B. and Herrin, John. 1985. Near-Death Experiences in the Very Young. Critical Care Medicine 13: 1074-1075.
ACRPND     Holden, Janice M. Visual Perception During Naturalistic Near-Death Out-of-Body Experiences. Journal of Near-Death Studies 7: 107-20.
ACRPND     Kohr, Richard, L. 1983. Near-Death Experiences, Altered States and Psi Sensitivity. Anabiosis 3: 157-76.
ACRPND     Morse, Melvin, Doug Conner and Donald Tyler. 1985. Near-Death Experiences in Pediatric Population. American Journal of Diseases in Children 139: 595-600.
ACRPND     Persinger, Michael A. 1990. Modern Neuroscience and Near-Death Experiences. Journal of Near-Death Studies 7: 233-239.
ACRPND     Rogo, D. Scott. 1989. The Return from Silence: A Study of Near-Death Experiences. Wellingborough, England: Aquarian Press.
ACRPND     Serdalehy, William J. 1990. Pediatric Near-Death Experiences. Journal of Near-Death Studies 9: 33-39.

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