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psychopraxia


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A concept intended to unify psychology and parapsychology, eliminating the conceptual distinction between extra-sensory perception (ESP) and psychokinesis (PK), and also the distinction between normal information-acquisition and normal motor control. It was introduced by the Australian psychologist Michael (Anthony) Thalbourne (born 1955) in A Glossary of Terms Used in Parapsychology (1982, pp. 62–63). psychopractic adj. Of or relating to psychopraxia. [From Greek psyche spirit or soul + praxis a deed, from prassein to do]

Subjects: Psychology.


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