Recalled Experiences Surrounding Death: More Than Hallucinations?

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A report from Dr Sam Parnia's team.

Recalled Experiences Surrounding Death: More Than Hallucinations?

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Apr 07, 2022, 08:00 ET

Quote:Global Scientific Team Publishes Consensus Statement and New Guidelines

NEW YORK, April 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientific advances in the 20th and 21st centuries have led to a major evolution in the understanding of death. At the same time, for decades, people who have survived an encounter with death have recalled unexplained lucid episodes involving heightened consciousness and awareness. These have been reported using the popular -- yet scientifically ill-defined -- term "near-death experiences".

I've not yet read or digested this so don't know whether it contains anything new or interesting or not.
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(2022-04-09, 10:07 AM)Typoz Wrote: A report from Dr Sam Parnia's team.

Recalled Experiences Surrounding Death: More Than Hallucinations?

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I've not yet read or digested this so don't know whether it contains anything new or interesting or not.

Article is just an announcement.  I didn't have time as I'm posting this to search for the actual published guidelines.   Would be curious for anyone's read of this.  Pretty bold step to come out with this type of announcement and I really like Parnia's descriptions in the announcement.  Fascinating as this seems to continue to be something the science community may be taking more seriously.
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(2022-04-11, 12:55 PM)Silence Wrote: Article is just an announcement.  I didn't have time as I'm posting this to search for the actual published guidelines.   Would be curious for anyone's read of this.  Pretty bold step to come out with this type of announcement and I really like Parnia's descriptions in the announcement.  Fascinating as this seems to continue to be something the science community may be taking more seriously.
There are two names that are very recognizable, along with Parnia's, who are the 'multidisciplinary group of experts involved with this study' -- Peter Fenwick and Bruce Greyson.

Excellent presentation and yes, it has a pragmatic and distant tone that is appropriate for a science paper.  The claims are documented and peer-reviewable.  With such a large number of scientists being involved, it certainly will carry weight.
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it looks like the full article "Guidelines and standards for the study of death and recalled experiences of death-a multidisciplinary consensus statement and proposed future directions" has been posted but the sites require an id or a fee

https://nyaspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com...nyas.14740

https://ovidsp.dc2.ovid.com/ovid-b/ovidw...NEL=PubMed
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 Guidelines and standards for the study of death and recalled experiences of death––a multidisciplinary consensus statement and proposed future directions (sonjalyubomirsky.com)
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