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Children Who Claim to Remember Previous Lives: Cases with Written Records Made before the Previous Personality Was Identified

@article{Keil2005ChildrenWC,
  title={Children Who Claim to Remember Previous Lives: Cases with Written Records Made before the Previous Personality Was Identified},
  author={H. Keil and J. B. Tucker},
  journal={Journal of Scientific Exploration},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={91-101}
}
  • H. Keil, J. B. Tucker
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Scientific Exploration
  • Children who claim to remember previous lives have been described in the research literature for over 40 years, and in many cases their families have identified a deceased individual whose life they believe the child is remembering. These cases have been criticized on the grounds that after the families of the child and the deceased individual meet and share information, they may end up attributing more knowledge about that individual to the child than he or she actually demonstrated. A case is… CONTINUE READING

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