Journal of Near-Death Studies, Volume 9, Number 1, Fall 1990 Page: 2

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Guest Editorial: Thomas Kuhn Revisited: Near Death Studies and Paradigm Shifts (Article)

Guest Editorial: Thomas Kuhn Revisited: Near Death Studies and Paradigm Shifts

Article purporting that near-death studies can be viewed within a theoretical framework of "paradigms" and "paradigm shifts" as explicated by Thomas Kuhn. Assuming the validity of Kuhn's model, it hypothesizes that the paradigm of today's "normal science" is shifting to a new paradigm to accommodate data from near-death studies.

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Extrasensory Perception, Near-Death Experiences, and the Limits of Scientific Knowledge (Article)

Extrasensory Perception, Near-Death Experiences, and the Limits of Scientific Knowledge

Article discussing the following issue: If mental state can influence the external world, or if alternate dimensions of reality are accessible only in certain mental states, then important aspects of the universe are unknowable with current scientific tools. Near-death studies suggest that both those conditions may occur. Thus the exploration of NDE-like phenomena requires a radically new scientific paradigm.

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Changes in Religious Beliefs, Attitudes, and Practices Following Near-Death Experiences: An Australian Study (Article)

Changes in Religious Beliefs, Attitudes, and Practices Following Near-Death Experiences: An Australian Study

Abstract: This study examined changes in religious beliefs, attitudes, and practices in the lives of 50 near-death experiencers. I attempted to clarify whether these changes were to greater religiousness or to a deeper spirituality. I found that before the near-death experience (NDE), my respondents were no more religious or spiritually inclined than the general Australian population. Following the NDE there was a statistically significant shift towards spirituality on most items investigated.

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Pediatric Near-Death Experiences (Article)

Pediatric Near-Death Experiences

Article reviewing one previously reported and three new pediatric near-death experiences (NDEs), in which the experiencers were interviewed as children, and which suggests that the childhood core NDE as described by Melvin Morse and colleagues may be expanded to include feeling pain-free, seeing a light at the tunnel's end, entering the light, and time alteration.

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Near-Death Experiences and the Measurement of Blood Gases (Article)

Near-Death Experiences and the Measurement of Blood Gases

Abstract: Although cerebral anoxia is not thought to be responsible for triggering near-death experiences (NDEs), the issue is not so clear in the case of hypercapnia. Detection of normal blood gases in Michael Sabom's (1982) case study seems to be the major reply to suggest that hypercapnia may have a causal role in NDEs. We argue, however, that routine arterial measures of blood gases are not a reliable indicator of cerebral levels.

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Near-Death Verdicality Research in the Hospital Setting: Problems and Promise (Article)

Near-Death Verdicality Research in the Hospital Setting: Problems and Promise

Study of near-death verdicality in the hospital setting. The paper describes problems, both anticipated and unanticipated, that were encountered. Based on the successes and failures of this undertaking, recommendations for future research of this type are presented.

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Book Review: Other Lives, Other Selves: A Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives (Review)

Book Review: Other Lives, Other Selves: A Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives

Review of the book "Other Lives, Other Selves: A Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives" by Jungian analyst Roger J. Woolger.

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Review of the book "Other Lives, Other Selves: A Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives" by Jungian analyst Roger J. Woolger.

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Letter to the Editor: Love and God in the Near-Death Experience (Letter)

Letter to the Editor: Love and God in the Near-Death Experience

Letter from Leslee Morabito to the editor of the Journal of Near-Death Studies on the topic "Love and God in the Near-Death Experience."

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