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Wissenschaftliche Studien - spontane Nachtodkontakte


1. Parker J. S. (2005). 

"Extraordinary experiences of the bereaved and adaptive outcomes of grief."

Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 51

2. Chan C. L. et al. (2005).

"The experience of Chinese bereaved persons: A preliminary study of meaning making and continuing bonds."

Death Studies, 29

3. Doran G. (2006).

"Constructions of Mexican American family grief after the death of a child: An exploratory study."

Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 12

DOI: 10.1037/1099-9809.12.2.199

4. Lalande K. M. (2006). 

"Culture and continuing bonds: A prospective comparison of bereavement in the United States and the People’s Republic of China."

Death Studies, 30

DOI: 10.1080/07481180500544708



5. Neimeyer R. A. et al. (2006).

"Continuing bonds and reconstructing meaning: Mitigating complications in bereavement."

Death Studies, 30,

DOI: 10.1080/07481180600848322

6. Klugmann C. M. (2006).

"Dead Men Talking: Evidence of Post Death Contact and Continuing Bonds."

OMEGA--Journal of Death and Dying 53(3):249-262


7. Dannenbaum S. M. (2009).

"Imaginal relationships with the dead: Applications for psychotherapy."

Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 49

8. Sanger M. (2009).

"When clients sense the presence of loved ones who have died."

Omega: Journal of Death & Dying, 59

DOI: 10.2190/OM.59.1.e

9. Kwilecki S. (2009).

"Twenty-First-Century American Ghosts: The After-Death Communication—Therapy and Revelation from beyond the Grave."

Religion and American Culture 19(1):101-133

10. Nowatzki N. R. (2009).

"Post-Death Encounters: Grieving, Mourning, and Healing."

OMEGA--Journal of Death and Dying 59(2):91-111

DOI: 10.2190/OM.59.2.a

11. Kwilecki S. (2011).

 "Ghosts, meaning, and faith: After-death communications in bereavement narratives."

Death Studies, 35

DOI: 10.1080 /07481187.2010.511424

12. Beischel J. (2019).

"Spontaneous, Facilitated, Assisted, and Requested After-Death Communication Experiences and their Impact on Grief." 

Threshold: Journal of Interdisciplinary Consciousness Studies,  Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 1–32

13. Kamp et al. (2020).

"Sensory and Quasi-Sensory Experiences of the Deceased in Bereavement: AnInterdisciplinary and Integrative Review."

Schizophrenia Bulletin vol. 46 no. 6 pp. 1367–1381, 2020.

14. Woollacott M. et al. (2021).

"Perceptual phenomena associated with spontaneous experiences of after-death communication: Analysis of visual, tactile, auditory and olfactory sensations."


15. Penberthy J. K. et al. (2021).

"Factors Moderating the Impact of After Death Communications on Beliefs and Spirituality."

OMEGA Journal of Death and Dying 87(4):003022282110291


16. Pait K. C. et al. (2023).

"After-Death Communication: Issues of Nondisclosure and Implications for Treatment."

Religions 14 (8): 985.

17. Matlock J. G. et al. (2024).

"After-Death Communications (ADCs) from Non-Human Animals:Parallels with Human ADCs."

Journal of Scientific Exploration 38(1):61-78.

Wissenschaftliche Artikel - erleichterte Nachtodkontakte

1. Botkin A. L. (2013).

 "Induced After-Death Communication: An Update."

Journal of Near-Death Studies, 31(4), Summer 2013 © 2013 IANDS

2. Botkin A. L. (2013). 

"Psychotherapeutic Outcomes Reported by Therapists Trained in Induced After-Death Communication."

Journal of Near-Death Studies, 31(4), Summer 2013 © 2013 IANDS

DOI: 10.17514/jnds-2013-31-4-p221-224.


3. Wassi N. (2022). 

"Meditation-Induced After Death Communication: A Contemporary Modality for Grief Therapy."

International Journal of Transpersonal Studies Volume 40 Issue 1


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