Cognition and Belief

Groome, D. and Law, R. 2016. Cognition and Belief. in: Groome, D. and Roberts, R. (ed.) Parapsychology: The Science of Unusual Experience (Second Edition) Psychology Press. pp. 191-198

Chapter titleCognition and Belief
AuthorsGroome, D. and Law, R.
EditorsGroome, D. and Roberts, R.
Book titleParapsychology: The Science of Unusual Experience (Second Edition)
Page range191-198
Year2016
PublisherPsychology Press
Publication dates
Published06 Nov 2016
ISBN9781138916418
9781138916401

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