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Christine Simmonds-Moore

Location: United States of America

About Me

Christine Simmonds-Moore is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of West Georgia. She has a PhD in psychology from the University of Northampton. She taught psychology at Liverpool Hope University, after which time she moved to the USA and worked as a researcher at the Rhine Research Center (RRC). She served for 2 years on the Board of the Parapsychology Association and was recently re-elected to the Board. She is also on the board of the Rhine Research Center. Christine was the recipient of two awards related to parapsychology - the Gertrude Schmeidler award from the PA and the D. Scott Rogo Award for Parapsychological Literature (from the Parapsychology Foundation). She is also the recipient of several Bial-funded research grants. Her research interests include exceptional psychology; paranormal belief and disbelief, clinical approaches to exceptional experiences, individual differences (in particular positive schizotypy), sleep and other altered states, synesthesia and their relationships to exceptional experiences. Her and her colleagues are about to embark on a Bial funded study exploring experiences resulting from using the Shakti Helmet. She is a co author of a text book on Anomalistic Psychology (with Nicola J.Holt, David Luke and Christopher C. French) and the editor of Exceptional Experience and Health: Essays on mind, body and human potential (MaFarland). 

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

View Christine Simmonds-Moore's profile Christine Simmonds-Moore published Take part in a survey on Exceptional Experiences!.
We have just launched a new survey study at the University of West Georgia. We are interested in learning more about the factors influencing whether people have different types of Exceptional Experiences, including personality and geography. We are ... more

Monday, August 19, 2013

View Christine Simmonds-Moore's profile Christine Simmonds-Moore updated their profile.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

View Christine Simmonds-Moore's profile Christine Simmonds-Moore posted Clinical Approaches to Exceptional Experiences Conference.
This conference will take place on the 9th and 10th March, 2012 and is co-sponsored by the Rhine Research Center and University of West Georgia Psychology department. The conferenceĀ aims to: 1. Present examples of the varieties of exceptional experiences ... more

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

View Christine Simmonds-Moore's profile Christine Simmonds-Moore published Clinical Approaches to Exceptional Experiences Conference.
PA members may be interested in registering for a  conference which will be held on 9th and 10th March,  2012 in Durham, North Carolina  on "Clinical Approaches to Exceptional Experiences". Exceptional experiences, ... more

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

View Christine Simmonds-Moore's profile Christine Simmonds-Moore updated their profile.

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

View Christine Simmonds-Moore's profile Christine Simmonds-Moore registered at The Parapsychological Association website.

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On Wednesday, February 29, 2012 4:20 PM

encouraged said:

Thanks for your work in an area that affects some of us profoundly and often carries disdain when others become aware of it in us.

--johne

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