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The Biological Basis for Paranormal Psychology (PNP). The biological basis for Paranormal Psychology (PNP) is the predisposition for a non-pathological disorder. Someone or something, an event, tramua, emergency situation, crisis, etc., triggers or agravates this predisposition through a supernatural or paranormal phonomena and a decrease in functioning occurs. The person is functioning, but not at the same level.
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Psychic Hearn’: The Paranormal Psychology View by Tres Mali Scott, “…Like natural ears that are connected to a head, some individuals have psychic ears, temporal, that allow paranormal or psychic vibrations to be intepreted, translated, or transmitted as sound waves that can be understood and communicated to others…”
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Individuals have real life situations that the most likely responses are “Beneficial Behaviors”. Within these situations, behaviors are judged for …