Preliminary publication of ongoing research projects
Preliminary Publication of Ongoing Research Projects
conducted by Wagner Alegretti and Nanci Trivellato. The survey as well as its preliminary findings can be found in the article "A Public Opinion Research About the Projections of the Consciousness Through the Internet (WWW)" published in the Annals of the 1st Forum on Consciousness Research and the 2nd International Congress of Projectiology (1st Edition: 1999).
Image Target Research Project
conducted by Rodrigo Medeiros and Patricia Sousa. An ongoing research project whose objective is to analyze the veracity and characteristics of remote perceptions through phenomena such as travelling clairvoyance (remote viewing) and Out-of-Body Experience (projection of the consciousness). Those interested in acquiring further information on this project will find a complete description of its methodology as well as the results and conclusions of the first three experiments in the article "Image Target Research Project: A Methodology to Support Research on Remote Perception Phenomena," published in the Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Projectiology and Conscientiology, Journal of Conscientiology Supplement, Volume 4, Number 15S (1st Edition, 2002).
conducted by Nanci Trivellato and Wagner Alegretti. A research project designed to investigate the Out-of-Body Experience and how individuals who undergo this phenomenon interpret and describe it. Complete detail of this research project together with the results of the first two experiments can be found in the article "Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Experimental Research Project into Out-of-Body Experience" in the Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Projectiology and Conscientiology, Journal of Conscientiology Supplement, Volume 4, Number 15S (1st Edition, 2002).
proposed by Luisa Fernandes and Nanci Trivellato. The main objective of this research is to examine whether an optimized environment can facilitate the production of psychic experiences, particularly the OBE, and also to verify to what extent these experiences enhance the quality of life of those who undergo them. The complete Projectarium project is described in the article "Projectarium: Chamber Optimized to Support Out-of-Body Experiences" published in the Journal of Conscientiology, Volume 5, Number 17 (July 2002). Interested individuals will find in this article detailed information on the Projectarium's conceptual and empirical foundations, a description of the architectural project, and the scientific methodology behind this remarkable project.