the cognitive neuroscience of ghosts

You may have laughed at my cognitive neuropsychology of zombies. At least I hope you did because that was the main intention of it. But it seems that ghosts and hauntings are taken more seriously by psychologists.

But I have just been updating my google calendar of Cognitive Science Talks in London and I found this interesting event:

Tuesday, 20 Feb 2007, 16:10

Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit
Invited Seminar

Goldsmiths
University of London

Dr Jason Braithwaite
Department of Psychology, University of Birmingham
Are we the Haunters of Houses? Towards a Cognitive Neuroscience of Haunt-Type Experiences

See you there!

About caspar

Caspar is just one monkey among billions. Battering his keyboard without expectations even of peanuts, let alone of aping the Immortal Bard. By day he is an infantologist at Birkbeck Babylab, by night he runs BabyLaughter.net
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