Koneru Ramakrishna Rao has played a leading role in advancing parapsychology in the United States, India, and around the world--serving as president of both the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology and the U.S.-based Parapsychological Association. He founded the Journal of Indian Psychology and served as editor of the Journal of Parapsychology for nearly two decades. He has authored many books, including Basic Research in Parapsychology (second edition, 2001, $39.95) and Consciousness Studies (2002, $75). Thirteen essays collected here honor his contributions to the field; they are written by Raos colleagues, students, and protgs on such topics as psychical research, prayer and healing, consciousness, dreams and clairvoyance. Also provided is a complete bibliography of Raos published writings.Its naturalization in the domain of consciousness is a matter of choice and an outcome of significant effort. ... He also served as the Advisor on Higher Education to the government of Andhra Pradesh. ... As vice-chancellor of Andhra University, he initiated major reforms in university administration, introduced several newanbsp;...
|Title||:||New Frontiers of Human Science|
|Author||:||K. Ramakrishna Rao, V. Gowri Rammohan|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2002-01-01|