Journal of Consciousness Studies
Volume 12, No. 6, June 2005
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SPECIAL ISSUE: SHELDRAKE AND HIS CRITICS:
The Sense Of Being Glared At
Edited by Anthony Freeman
List of Contributors
The Sense of Being Glared At: What Is It Like to be a Heretic?
The Sense of Being Stared At Part 1: Is it Real or Illusory?
The Sense of Being Stared At Part 2: Its Implications for Theories of Vision
Open Peer Review
Anthony P. Atkinson
Staring at the Back Of Someone’s Head Is No Signal, And a Sense of Being Stared At Is No Sense
Ian S. Baker
Nomenclature and Methodology
Confusion Worse Confounded
The Sense of Being Stared At: Fictional, Physical, Perceptual, or Attentional/Intentional?
Jean E. Burns
Detection of Staring — Psi or Statistical Artifact?
Does Scopesthesia Imply Extramission?
The Sense of Being Stared At: Its Relevance to the Physics of Consciousness
The Ambiguity of ‘In Here/Out There’ Talk: In What Sense Is Perception ‘Out in the World’?
Rupert Sheldrake and the Staring Effect
Christopher C. French
A Closer Look at Sheldrake’s Treatment of Rattee’s Data
The Sense of Being Stared At: A Preliminary Meta-Analysis
The Discourse of Controversial Science: The Sceptic–Proponent Debate on Remote Staring
Comments on Sheldrake’s ‘The Sense of Being Stared At’
Are We Out of Our Minds?
The Non-Visual Detection of Staring: Response to Commentators
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