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Cal Cooper

Location: Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom (Great Britain)

About Me

Callum E. Cooper is currently based at the University of Northampton as a PhD researcher, lecturer and student mentor of psychology.  He is a member of the Society for Psychical Research, an Academic Member of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies and a Student Member of the Parapsychological Association. His fields of interest include parapsychology, the psychology of death, human beliefs, psychological research methods and Egyptology.  

Cooper holds the 2009 Eileen J. Garrett Scholarship (Parapsychology Foundation Inc) and was awarded the Alex Tanous Scholarship Award (Alex Tanous Foundation for Scientific Research) twice over, first in 2011 and then again in 2012.

Books:

Cooper, C.E. (2012). Telephone Calls from the Dead. Old Portsmouth: Tricorn Books.

Selected Papers and Articles:

Cooper, C.E. (2013).  Post-death experiences and the emotion of hope. Journal for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, 36 (1), 24-28.

Cooper, C.E., & Foley, C.R. (2012). Did ET phone home, or was it the dead?  Bridging ufology and psychical research with anomalous phone-call experiences.  Anomaly: Journal of Research into the Paranormal, 46.

Cooper, C.E., & Parsons, S.T. (2012). The Scammell device. Paranormal Review, 64, 15-21.

Cooper, C.E. (2011). The Ka of ancient Egypt. Paranthropology: Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal, 2(3),43-45.

Cooper, C.E. (2011). The Science and Struggle of Psi Research. Paranthropology: Journal of
Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal, 2,
(1), 43-44.

Cooper, C.E. (2010). Spontaneous cases concerning telephone calls and text messages.
Australian Journal of Parapsychology, 10, (2), 178-193.

Cooper, C.E. (2010). Phone Calls from the Dead. Anomaly, Journal of Research into the Paranormal, 44, 3-21.

Cooper, C.E. (2010). When Researchers Become an Eyewitness to Anomalous: Should Seeing be Believing?Paranthropology: Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal, 1,(2),17-20.

Cooper, C.E. (2010) Text Messages from the Dead. Paranormal Review, 53, 10-12.

Cooper, C.E. (2008) Apparitions and Eyewitnesses. Paranormal Review, 45, 16-20.


Presented Papers

Cooper, C.E. (2012).  Did ET phone home?  Interpretations of anomalous phone-calls.  Presented at the 1st Seriously Unidentified Conference, ASSAP 17th November, University of Worcester.

Cooper, C.E. (2012). Telephone conversations with the dead.  Lecture given to the Scottish Society for Psychical Research, 7th November, Maryhill Burgh Halls, Glasgow.

Cooper, C.E. (2012). A qualitative study of anomalous telephone experiences.  Presented at the 4th Exploring the Extraordinary Conference, Holiday Inn, York.

Cooper, C.E. (2012). Social views on apparitions and survival in ancient and moder Egypt.  Presented at the 36th International Conference of the Society for Psychical Research, University of Northampton.

Cooper, C.E. (2012). Ghosts on the line: A summary of strange telephone experiences. Society for Psychical Research Lecture 5th July, Kensington, London.

Cooper, C.E. (2011). Telephone calls from the dead: Returning to the Research. Presented at 35th International Conference of the Society for Psychical Research, University of Edinburgh.

Roe, C., Cooper, C., & Martin, H. (2010). A Comparison of ESP performance under
remote viewing and Ganzfeld conditions (pp. 21-22). Presented at the 53rd Annual
Parapsychological Association Convention: Enclos Rey, Paris, France.

Roe,C., Cooper, C., & Martin, H. (2010). Testing for precognition using remote
viewing and Ganzfeld methods. Presented at the 34th Annual Society for
Psychical Research Conference: The Endcliffe Village, University of Sheffield.

Thesis and Dissertations

Cooper, C.E. (2011). Creativity, Belief in an Afterlife, and their Relationship to Death Anxiety: A Preliminary Investigation. Unpublished Master of Research dissertation, Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

Cooper, C.E. (2010). Exploring the reliability of field research for experimentation in
parapsychology: Investigating ‘the sense of being stared at’
. Unpublished Bachelor
of Science dissertation, The University of Northampton, UK.


Reports and Reviews

Cooper, C.E. (2012).  Perspectives in clinical parapsychology: An introductory reader, edited by Kramer, Bauer & Hovelman [Book Review].  Paranthropology: Journal of Anthropological Approaches to the Paranormal, 3 (3), 61-62.

Cooper, C.E. (2012). An interview with Dr Elizabeth E. McAdams. Paranormal Review, 62, 18-22.

Cooper, C.E. (2012). When spirits come calling by Sylvia Hart Wright [Book Review]. Journal of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies, 35 (3), 168-170.

Cooper, C.E. (2011). Pluralism & the mind by Matthew Colborn [Book Review]. Australian Journal of Parapsychology, 11 (2), 215-217.

Cooper, C.E. (2011). My memories of John L.Randall. Paranormal Review, 59, 26-28.

Cooper, C.E. (2009) The 33rd Annual SPR Conference, Nottingham. Paranormal
Review, 52
, 19-23.
 

 

 

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