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Tart, C.T. (1978). Psychiatry and Mysticism. Ed. by Stanley R. Dean. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1975. xxii + 424 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 65(3):501-502.
   

(1978). Psychoanalytic Review, 65(3):501-502

Psychiatry and Mysticism. Ed. by Stanley R. Dean. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1975. xxii + 424 pp.

Review by:
Charles T. Tart

Popular and professional interest in areas that are usually pejoratively labeled “occult” or “mystical” has risen enormously in the last fifteen years. As William Roll tells us at the beginning of his contribution to this book, “In 1967 the Ouija board surpassed Monopoly as America's favorite board game.” Since Monopoly can symbolize so many traditional American values, this is indeed a large-scale development.

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