Features associated with speaking in tongues (glossolalia).

@article{Grady1997FeaturesAW,
  title={Features associated with speaking in tongues (glossolalia).},
  author={Beth A Grady and Kate Miriam Loewenthal},
  journal={The British journal of medical psychology},
  year={1997},
  volume={70 ( Pt 2)},
  pages={185-91}
}
Reports of the frequency, context, associated behaviours, feelings and meaning associated with glossolalia were collected from three groups of informants: speakers (N = 14, who practised glossolalia), witnesses (N = 15, who had witnessed but had never practised glossolalia), and controls (N = 16, who had neither witnessed nor practised glossolalia). All informants were practising Christians. Speakers reported glossolalia as a regular, daily, private activity, usually accompanying mundane… CONTINUE READING