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Paranormal Research Investigation Anomalous

Research paranormal phenomena scientifically. ASSAP is a charity and learned society founded in 1981 to investigate, research and educate on a wide range of anomalous phenomena, from hauntings to UFOs, mediumship to monsters

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Critical Thinking, Logic And Reason: A Practical Guide For

courses directed at developing critical thinking skills and the tools of logic and reason. Contemporary university courses tend to concentrate on teaching students “what” to think and not “how” to think. Despite their intelligence many students and researchers often fail dramatically at knowing how to construct a well reasoned

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ASSAP MADS Magnetic Anomaly Detection System

The courses outlined above are the first step. We are also in the middle of writing an operators manual which should cover everything you need to know and support your knowledge from the course. This will also include a step-by-step guide for summarising and analysing the data. The operators will also be available for assistance as well.

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ASSAP History Part 2

We have also cooperated with other groups: many of the methods used on our investigator training courses have been adopted, at least in part, by other groups. For instance, the Society for Psychical Research sent along observers one year; this resulted in presentations being given at a similar SPR training day by our own Alan Cleaver and Dennis

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ASSAP Aims And Objectives

ASSAP was formed, in 1981, as an educational charity with the following aims: to obtain, store, process and disseminate information concerning those areas of human experience and observed phenomena for which no generally acceptable explanation is as yet forthcoming; to encourage and aid investigation and research into these phenomena, by the creation or co-ordination of investigative groups

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ASSAP And Your Privacy

* marks for courses still in progress, or held in abeyance * postal addresses held for the purpose of sending out NRPI cards, assigning cases on geographical proximity and issuing certificates where appropriate. This information will be required even for electronic subscribers.

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ASSAP Cottage Haunting Investigation

Observing the stone wall at the rear of the house, one can see changes in the courses of stone. A small narrow stone course indicates the original height of the building, marking the line of eaves of a lower roof. The splayed walls of a cupboard show that at one time this had been an exterior wall. Another old window was also found in another

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Paranormal Research Blog Ghost Blog Anomaly Blog ASSAP

I know that many people went on ASSAP Investigator Training courses, which we've run almost since the start of the association, and some went on to develop their own methods as a result. Whatever the cause, the now popular idea that a machine can detect a …

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Paranormal Research Blog Ghost Blog Anomaly Blog ASSAP

Though it was a gradual process, I believe it was during those courses at Charlton that I began to realise just how much of what is reported as paranormal is, in fact, misperception. The learning process can be as educational for the teacher as it is for the student! 10 May: A recent ghostly encounter

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Confessions Of A Paranormal Researcher Tales From

I’m in the unusual position of having attended about ten Investigator Training Courses and never quite become an investigator. Don’t get me wrong - I think going out investigating cases and helping to build up a stock of evidence is worthwhile. I enjoy reading the reports that we summarize in Anomaly, seeing our training being put to good use.

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Paranormal Research Blog Ghost Blog Anomaly Blog ASSAP

It also featured free response interviewing techniques, like those that have been featured on ASSAP training courses ever since the 1980s! So it's hardly new stuff, not to ASSAP members anyway, but will still no doubt come as news to much of the general public.

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The best way to start the process of becoming an AAI is to attend an ASSAP Training Weekend. The AAI network produces its own newsletter and holds occasional meetings. You may find it useful to join an affiliated group. The next training weekend will take place: TBA Please note that you need to be an ASSAP member to attend.


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