In this article, we reviewed results of research on near-death experiences (NDEs) over the past 3 decades and examined the effect of viewing the hour-long 2002 BBC documentary The Day I Died: The Mind, the Brain, and Near-Death Experiences on accurate knowledge about near-death experiences among advanced undergraduates at a southwestern university. In a quasi-experimental research design, the experimental group completed a 20-item questionnaire before and after viewing the documentary (n = 66; 45 females, 21 males), and the waitlist control group completed the questionnaire as pre- and posttest before viewing the documentary (n = 39; 36 female, 3 male). The two groups' scores at pretest were not significantly different (p > .05). Group by occasion repeated measures ANOVA revealed the experimental group's posttest scores moved significantly in the direction of correctness with a large effect size (p
We report the discovery of a comet-like tail on asteroid (3200) Phaethon when
Imaged at optical wavelengths near perihelion. In both 2009 and 2012, the tail
Appears >=350" (2.5x10^8 m) in length and extends approximately in the
Projected anti-solar direction. We interpret the tail as being caused by...
The crystal structure and magnetic properties of MnCoxFe1-xSi (x=0-0.5)
compounds was investigated. With increasing Fe content, the unit cell changes
anisotropically and the magnetic property evolves gradually: Curie temperature
decreases continuously, the first-order metamagnetic transition from a...
The combined odds ratio calculated using a random effects model for death with NSOS was 0.93 (95% CI, 0.80-1.09). In studies with data reported for primary PCI and elective PCI the OR for death was 0.91 (95% CI, 0.84-1.00) and 1.04 (95% CI, 0.67-1.63). A lack of effect of SOS was maintained when ana...
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