Gillyflower — Ebook

A Novel

Auteur : Diane Wald
Publication : 16/04/2019
Langue : English
Pages : 256
Éditeur : She Writes Press
ISBN : 9781631525186
Catégories : Fiction / Romance / Contemporain, Fiction / Psychologique, Fiction / Femmes contemporaines

• A study conducted by Chapman University in October 2017 found that nearly three out of every four Americans—i.e., the vast majority—believe in some kind of paranormal activity. • Two out of three Americans believe in some sort of psychic phenomena, according to a Gallup poll in 2005, which lists extrasensory perception, telepathy, clairvoyance, and astrology as the things people are most likely to put stock in. • When more than 1,100 people were surveyed about their dreams, results showed that people believe their dreams provide meaningful insight into themselves and their world. (Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, February 2009) • More than 13 million people attended Broadway shows during the 2016–2017 season, according to The Broadway League, making it the highest grossing season in Broadway recorded history and second-best attended season on record. • There is a growing body of evidence that suggests that the human brain is not well equipped to distinguish between real relationships and—as psychologists call them—“parasocial,” or imagined ones. That means that some of the benefits people get from pseudo relationships with celebrities may be the same as those reaped from real friendships and real-life interactions. (Time magazine)

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