Journal of Near-Death Studies VolumeĀ 13

altJournal of Near-Death Studies

button_buy_now Vol. 13 No. 1, Fall 1994

  • Editor's Foreword • Bruce Greyson, M.D.
  • Solving the Riddle of Frightening Near-Death Experiences: Some Testable Hypotheses and a Perspective Based on A Course in Miracles • Kenneth Ring, Ph.D.
  • A Perinatal Interpretation of Frightening Near-Death Experiences: A Dialogue with Kenneth Ring • Christopher M. Bache, Ph.D.
  • The Paradox of Jonah: Response to "Solving the Riddle of Frightening Near-Death Experiences" • Nancy Evans Bush, M.A.
  • Frightening Near-Death Experiences Revisited: A Commentary on "Responses to My Paper" by Christopher Bache and Nancy Evans Bush • Kenneth Ring, Ph.D.
  • Book Review: Spiritual Awakenings: A Guidebook for Experiencers and Those Who Care About Them, by Barbara Harris • Reviewed by Bruce Greyson, M.D.

button_buy_nowVol. 13 No. 2, Winter 1994

  • Editor's Foreword • Bruce Greyson, M.D.
  • Guest Editorial: Kundalini & Healing in the West • Barbara Harris, R.T., C.M.T.
  • A Neurobiological Model for Near-Death Experience. II: The Problem of Recall of Real Events • Juan Sebastian Gómez-Jeria, Lic.Q., & Juan Carlos Saavedra-Aguilar, M.D.
  • An Assessment of Physicians' Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward the Near-Death Experience • Linda Hutton Moore, R.N., M.S.N., C.C.R.N.
  • Near-Death Experiences and Satisfaction with Life • Bruce Greyson, M.D.
  • The Absence of Tunnel Sensations in Near-Death Experiences from India • Allen Kellehear, Ph.D., Ian Steveson, M.D., Satwant Pasricha, Ph.D., & Emily Cook, Ph.D.
  • Near-Death Experience Patterns From Research in the Salt Lake City Region • Arvin S. Gibson
  • Book Review: The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, by Sogyal Rinpoche • Reviewed by Carl B. Becker, Ph.D., D.Litt.
  • Letters to the Editor • V. Krishnan • J. Kenneth Arnette, Ph.D.

button_buy_nowVol. 13 No. 3, Spring 1995

  • Editor's Foreword • Bruce Greyson, M.D.
  • Death of A Gedanken Creature • Stephen L. Thaler, Ph.D.
  • Describing the Light: Attribution Theory as an Explanation of the Near-Death Experience • Max C. Norton, Ph.D., & James M. Sahlman, Ph.D.
  • Variations from the Prototypical Near-Death Experience: The `Individually Tailored' Hypothesis • William J. Serdahely, Ph.D.
  • Book Review: Glimpses of Eternity: New Near-Death Experiences Examined, by Arvin S. Gibson • Reviewed by Harold A. Widdison, Ph.D.
  • Book Review: The Little Book of Life and Death, by D. E. Harding • Reviewed by John Wren-Lewis
  • Letters to the Editor • Kenneth Ring, Ph.D. • Vincent Luciani • Leslee A. Morabito • Craig R. Lundahl, Ph.D. • Harold A Widdison, Ph.D.

button_buy_nowVol. 13 No. 4, Summer 1995

  • Editor's Foreword • Bruce Greyson, M.D.
  • The Impact of Near-Death Experiences on Persons Who Have Not Had Them: A Report of a Preliminary Study and Two Replications • Kenneth Ring, Ph.D.
  • Disclosure Needs and Motives After a Near-Death Experience • Regina M. Hoffman, Ph.D.
  • Book Review: Raising the Dead: A Doctor's Encounter With His Own Mortality, by Richard Selzer • Reviewed by Mary S. Edwards, M.A., M.S.Ed.
  • Letters to the Editor • Roger B. Cook • Arvin S. Gibson • Robert Kastenbaum, Ph.D. • Canon Michael Perry, • V. Krishna

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