Julia Mossbridge, Ph.D.
Founding Board Member

Julia Mossbridge, Ph.D. is the President of the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE), Founder of TILT: The Institute for Love and Time, and an affiliate professor in the Dept. of Physics and Biophysics at University of San Diego. She received her Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Northwestern University, her M.A. in Neuroscience is from the University of California at San Francisco, and her B.A. with highest honors in neuroscience from Oberlin College. She currently receives funding from the Bial Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Julia’s interest is in understanding motivational hope, unconditional love, and time travel. Here interest in how time is perceived by unconscious and conscious processes has led her to examine aspects of both cognitive and perceptual timing (e.g., order effects on reading comprehension, perceptual integration across senses) as well as controversial reverse-temporal effects (covered in ABC News 20/20Wall Street Journal Ideas MarketFox News and other mainstream media outlets). She is also the 2014 winner of the Charles Honorton Integrative Contributions award for this work. Her books include The Calling (2019 New Harbinger), Premonition Code (with Theresa Cheung; 2018 Watkins Media), and Transcendent Mind (with Imants Baruss; 2017 American Psychological Association).

Julia received funding from the National Institutes of Health in her role as post-doctoral member of the Psychology Department at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. She also invented and patented Choice Compass, a physiologically based decision-making app.

Her latest article, published Fall 2020 is:  Can hypnotic suggestion induce feelings of unconditional love and supernormal performance?

Julia Mossbridge
> Selected Books
Julia Mossbridge, Ph.D.
> Selected Scientific Papers
Julia Mossbridge, Ph.D.
Selected Scientific Papers
Mossbridge, Julia Ph.D.
Mossbridge Julia A. Christopher J. R. Roney, Satoru Suzuki. Losses and External Outcomes Interact to Produce the Gambler’s Fallacy. PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.
0170057. 2017.
Mossbridge Julia A Characteristic Alpha Reflects Predictive Anticipatory Activity (PAA) in an Auditory-Visual Task. Springer International Publishing AG. 2017
Mossbridge Julia A Examining the Nature of Retrocausal Effects in Biology and Psychology. The American Institute of Physics. 2017.
Mossbridge Julia A, Zweig Jacob, Grabowecky Marcia, and Suzuki Satoru. An Association between Auditory–Visual Synchrony Processing and Reading Comprehension: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29:435-447. 2017.
Mossbridge Julia A, Tressold Patrizio i , Utts Jessica , Ives John A. , Radin Dean and Jonas Wayne B. Predicting the unpredictable: critical analysis and practical implications of predictive anticipatory activity. Frontier in Human Neuroscience. 8. Article 146. March 2014.
Mossbridge Julia A, Grabowecky Marcia, Paller Ken A. and Suzuki Satoru. Neural activity tied to reading predicts individual differences in extended-text comprehension. Frontier in Human Neuroscience. Volume 7, Article 655. November 2013.
Mossbridge Julia A & Ortega Laura & Grabowecky Marcia & Suzuki Satoru. Rapid volitional control of apparent motion during percept generation. Atten Percept Psychophys 75:1486–1495. 2013.
Mossbridge Julia A, Grabowecky Marcia, Suzuki Satoru. Seeing the Song: Left Auditory Structures May Track Auditory-Visual Dynamic Alignment. PLOS ONE. Volume 8, Issue 10, e77201, October 2013.
Mossbridge Julia A, Tressoldi Patrizio and Utts Jessica. Predictive physiological anticipation preceding seemingly unpredictable stimuli: a meta-analysis. Frontiers in Psychology. Volume 3, Article 390. October 2012.
Mossbridge Julia A, Grabowecky Marcia , Suzuki Satoru. Changes in auditory frequency guide visual–spatial attention. Cognition 121 133–139. 2011.