T A S T E
The Archives of Scientists’ Transcendental Experiences
Is an online journal devoted to transcendent experiences that scientists have reported. It lets scientists express these experiences in a psychologically and professionally safe space.
The TASTE project is an attempt to work toward rectifying the limitations of the materialist paradigm which typically does not accept the authenticity of the first-person experience.
SUBMISSIONS & GUIDELINES
Scope: Anyone Can Read, Scientists Can Contribute. Prof. Tart accepted accounts only from scientists for several reasons. He says, “First, scientists are my community, my peers.
78. The Mystery Experiment
Editor's Introduction: This anonymous scientist is a developmental pediatrician and Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at a major American medical school. She has carried out research on the treatment of childhood autism. She contacted me after reading a popular story about this [...]
77. It Runs in the Family
Editor's Introduction: Anonymous was trained in counseling back in the 50's and 60's when a psychology MA degree was sufficient to practice professionally, and subsequently received a Doctorate in Addictive Disorders. Now semi-retired, he has been a Full Professor and Dean [...]
76. The Yellow Pilot
Editor's Introduction: Johan L. F. Gerding (real name) is doctor in philosophy and member of the management team of the Parapsychology Institute in Utrecht, The Netherlands. He is vice-president of the Dutch Society for Psychical Research, and lectures at the [...]
75. Out-of-the-Body, Explained Away, But It Was So Real…..
Editor's Introduction: Susan Blackmore (real name) is Reader in Psychology at the University of the West of England, Bristol, where she teaches the psychology of consciousness. She has a degree in psychology and physiology from Oxford, an MSc from Surrey [...]
Editor's Introduction: Ranan Banerji (real name) has a Ph.D. degree with training in physics, mathematics, and computer Science. Now retired, he is Professor Emeritus at St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, an Elected Fellow of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, cited [...]
73. Personal Encounter With Paranormal Dreaming
Editor's Introduction: Mark A. Schroll (real name) has a Ph.D. in Psychology, with training in philosophy of science, transpersonal psychology, and ecopsychology. He is currently associated with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Since receiving his Ph.D. his research has included transpersonal psychology, [...]
72. Near Death/Out of Body
Editor's Introduction: Robert E. Valett (real name) has an M.A. from the University of Chicago and an Ed.D. from UCLA. Now emeritus, he has been a Professor of Special Education at California State University, Fresno, a past President of the [...]
71. Riding the Dragon: An Unexpected Encounter
Editor's Introduction: This anonymous scientist has an MA in Cognitive (Experimental) Psychology and a D.O. in medicine, and is board certified in family practice. He has been an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and is now in private practice. His totally [...]
70. Transcendent Awareness Through Alpha EEG Feedback Training
Editor's Introduction: James V. Hardt (real name) has a B.S. degree in Physics and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Psychology. He has been employed as an Assistant Professor at the University of California, San Francisco and published research in such [...]
69. Searching for Eternity
Editor's Introduction: Don Morse (real name) has a wide variety of training, with a D.D.S., an M.A. in Microbiology and Immunology, an M.A. (Clinical Psychology), and a Ph.D. in Clinical Nutrition. He is currently a Professor Emeritus at Temple University, [...]