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psychophysiologist

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  • noun One who works in the field of psychophysiology.

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  • NovaDreamer was developed by Stephen LaBerge, a psychophysiologist who popularized the concept of lucid dreaming while teaching at Stanford University for 25 years.

    The Science Of 'Inception'

  • This was the finding of British psychophysiologist Maxwell Cade, who in the 1970s examined the EEG patterns of more than 3,000 individuals.

    Cosmic Symphony: A Deeper Look at Quantum Consciousness

  • NovaDreamer was developed by Stephen LaBerge, a psychophysiologist who popularized the concept of lucid dreaming while teaching at Stanford University for 25 years.

    The Science Of 'Inception'

  • NovaDreamer was developed by Stephen LaBerge, a psychophysiologist who popularized the concept of lucid dreaming while teaching at Stanford University for 25 years.

    The Science Of 'Inception'

  • NovaDreamer was developed by Stephen LaBerge, a psychophysiologist who popularized the concept of lucid dreaming while teaching at Stanford University for 25 years.

    The Science Of 'Inception'

  • A decade later, psychophysiologist Jacobo Grinberg Zylberbaum and his colleagues from the National Autonomous University of Mexico reported a series of studies in which they claimed to detect simultaneous brain responses in the EEGs of separated pairs of people.13 One of their studies was published in the journal Physics Essays, stimulating another round of replication attempts.14 In 2003, a successful replication was reported in Neuroscience Letters by EEG specialist Jir.í Wackermann and his colleagues.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • In 2004 in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, psychophysiologist Rollin McCraty and his colleagues reported a presentiment experiment using skin-conductance, heart-rate, and EEG measures.17 The study had two experimental condi-tions: before meditating and after meditating for 15 minutes.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • A decade later, psychophysiologist Jacobo Grinberg Zylberbaum and his colleagues from the National Autonomous University of Mexico reported a series of studies in which they claimed to detect simultaneous brain responses in the EEGs of separated pairs of people.13 One of their studies was published in the journal Physics Essays, stimulating another round of replication attempts.14 In 2003, a successful replication was reported in Neuroscience Letters by EEG specialist Jir.í Wackermann and his colleagues.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • In 2004, psychophysiologist Jirí Wackermann published a review of this class of experiments in Mind and Matter, a new scholarly journal devoted to interdisciplinary research on the mind-matter interaction problem.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • In 2004 in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, psychophysiologist Rollin McCraty and his colleagues reported a presentiment experiment using skin-conductance, heart-rate, and EEG measures.17 The study had two experimental condi-tions: before meditating and after meditating for 15 minutes.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

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