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Jason J. Braithwaite

Cognitive Psychologist

University of Birmingham

HQ Phone:  +44 121 251 2300

Email: j***@***.uk

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University of Birmingham

Edgbaston Park Road

Birmingham, West Midlands,B15 2TT

United Kingdom

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Background Information

Employment History

Google Inc


Consultant

Paranormal Site Investigators


Affiliations

Birmingham University

Senior Lecturer In Cognitive Neuroscience


Association for the Scientific Study of Anomalous Phenomena

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Web References(55 Total References)


QI : Quite Interesting

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Jason Braithwaite, a cognitive psychologist at the University of Birmingham, is investigating the psychology of paranormal experiences and beliefs and sees them as part of the normal operation of the brain.


www.birmingham.ac.uk

Dr Jason Braithwaite
Lecturer School of Psychology Emailj.j.braithwaite@bham.ac.uk


Magnetic fields and ghosts hauntings ASSAP

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I am indebted to Dr Jason Braithwaite for reviewing the relevant papers (from Persinger et al) concerning the laboratory experiments which have induced ghost-like hallucinations.
The best results have come from what could be broadly described as weak, complex, time-varying magnetic fields. Because the nature and potential sources of such fields are difficult to characterise at this stage, Braithwaite introduced the general term Experience- Inducing Fields, or EIFs for short.


Magnetic hallucinations magnetic ghosts hauntings ASSAP

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Jason Braithwaite, who devised the MADS project, has given the name EIF (experience inducing fields) to the weak, complex magnetic fields required to produce hallucination.


Mysterious Britain & Ireland | Mysteries, Legends & The Paranormal

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An Interview With Dr Jason Braithwaite
Dr Jason Braithwaite We recently caught up with Dr Jason Braithwaite, a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of Birmingham with an interest in anomalous experience, hallucinations, and aberrations in self-consciousness. He also has a formidable reputation for being extremely well informed on matters of the brain / mind relationship, and high quality scientific research. Read More >


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