Author: Luca Martini
The Neurobiology of Psychics, Mediums, and Other Extraordinary People Stanley Krippner, Harris L. Friedman ... as there is evidence that these experiences often involve people not suffering from mental disorders (Carden ̃a et al., 1996; ...
Author: Stanley Krippner Ph.D.
... was yet buried in Westminster Abbey twenty-three years later; and we concluded that the Church had quickly adapted the Book of Genesis to the new revelation. The latest fashion of belief was too widespread to 266) Extraordinary People.
Author: Hesketh Pearson
Publisher: London : Heinemann
A 10th Century Collection of Stories of the Strange Graham Stewart Bauerle. -- RECORDS OF EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE OF THE JIANGHUÁI REGION : A.
Author: Graham Stewart Bauerle
Discusses numerous cases of people with severe mental handicaps who nonetheless possess amazing memory, mathmatical artistic or musical talents, offering new research and theories about the phenomenon of the "idiot savant"
Author: Darold A. Treffert
Inside this book, you'll find stories of 50 extraordinary people such as: Evel Knievel, who jumped his motorcycle over 14 Greyhound buses The Iceman, the most well-preserved human, found in the ice after 5,300 years Sam Patch, who jumped ...
Author: Michael Hearst
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A Pictorial History of Working People in New York City Debra E. Bernhardt, Rachel Bernstein. OrdinaryPeople ExtraordinaryLives Ordinary Extraordinary People Lives A Pictorial History of Working People Contents Acknowledgments About the ...
Author: Debra E. Bernhardt
Publisher: NYU Press
Extraordinary people are committed to living on their own terms, independent of cultural norms. 2. Extraordinary people are able to identify the “brules,” or “bullshit rules” that they adhere to for no good reason, and discard the ones ...
The compositions usually reflect the perspectives of ordinary people; the mixture of religious worship, entertainment, and brisk commerce (inns, tea stalls, and souvenir shops), the mingling of ... beneath a 358 EXTRAORDINARY PERSONS.
Author: John M. Rosenfield
We organize to make ordinary people do extraordinary things, not to make extraordinary people do ordinary things. To create business success, we have principally two means at our disposal: people and money. Because the availability of ...
Author: Karel Rudolf Ehrnreich
Publisher: Rozenberg Publishers
Category: Business & Economics