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Al Cheyne

Psychologist

University of Waterloo

HQ Phone:  (519) 888-4567

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University of Waterloo

200 University Ave. West

Waterloo, Ontario,N2L 3G1

Canada

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Arts @ U of W | Cool Researchers

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Al Cheyne (Psychology) — Research reveals the science behind Harry Potter!


Al Cheyne | Faculty | People | Psychology | University of Waterloo

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Al Cheyne Al CheyneAl CheyneAssociate Professor Emeritus Phone: 519-888-4567 x33054


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J. Allan Cheyne, PAS 3020, x2546, acheyne@watarts.uwaterloo.ca


January 2010 - Have You Had An Out of Body (OBE) Experience?

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In a survey of nearly 12,000 people who had experienced sleep paralysis, Allan Cheyne of the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, found that many reported sensations similar to out-of-body experiences.
These included floating out of their body and turning back to look at it. Cheyne suggests that this might be the result of conflicts of information in the brain. During sleep paralysis, it is possible to enter a REM-like state in which you dream of moving or flying. Under these circumstances you are conscious of a sensation of movement, yet your brain is aware that your body cannot move. In an attempt to resolve this sensory conflict, the brain cuts the sense of self loose (Cortex, vol 45, p 201). "It resolves by splitting the self from its body," says Cheyne.


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