Cosmic Influences on Humans, Animals, and Plants: An Annotated Bibliography
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BeschreibungMakes available to the general reader and scholar a broad survey of the scientific literature on alleged cosmic influences on humans, animals, and plants. To be included, a study must involve the collection of data or be a commentary on studies based on data.
PortraitJohn T. Burns (Ph.D., Louisiana State University) is Professor of Biology at Bethany College in Bethany, West Virginia. He served as the Executive Director of the Foundation for the Study of Cycles for five years, and he continues to serve as the Secretary for the Foundation's Board of Directors. He has published numerous articles on endocrinology and biological rhythms. He is the author of another Magill Bibliography, Cycles in Humans and Nature (Scarecrow 1994).
Pressestimmen...the annotations themselves make for some interesting reading...for those readers wishing to persue study of cosmic influences, this volume will prove a head start. It is recommended for large public libraries as well as college and university libraries. American Reference Books Annual Cosmic Influences on Humans, Animals, and Planst presents a survey of published "scientific literature on alleged cosmic influences." AB Bookman's Weekly ...a superb source document for any researcher concerned with twentieth centure attempts to demonstrate cosmic influences, some of it necessary reading for all concerned with the wider ramifications of modern cosmology. Culture and Cosmos
Untertitel: 'Magill Bibliographies'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SCARECROW PRESS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1997
Seitenanzahl: 224 Seiten