Neurobehavioral and neurometabolic (SPECT) correlates of paranormal information: involvement of the right hemisphere and its sensitivity to weak complex magnetic fields.

@article{Roll2002NeurobehavioralAN,
  title={Neurobehavioral and neurometabolic (SPECT) correlates of paranormal information: involvement of the right hemisphere and its sensitivity to weak complex magnetic fields.},
  author={William G. Roll and Michael A. Persinger and Daniel L. Webster and S. G. Tiller and Charles M. Cook},
  journal={The International journal of neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={112 2},
  pages={
          197-224
        }
}
Experiments were designed to help elucidate the neurophysiological correlates for the experiences reported by Sean Harribance. For most of his life he has routinely experienced "flashes of images" of objects that were hidden and of accurate personal information concerning people with whom he was not familiar. The specificity of details for target pictures of people was correlated positively with the proportion of occipital alpha activity. Results from a complete neuropsychological assessment… CONTINUE READING

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