Psychical Profiling Pack (PPA-B + 8 Individual Types) for Professional Clinical/Research Use
The Center for Exceptional Human Experiences (CEHE) is offering a number of “emerging measures” for further research and clinical evaluation in regard to “exceptional experiences.” This particular assessment measure was developed to be administered at any-time. It should be used in research and evaluation as a potentially useful tool to enhance the process of extrasensory classification of experiences and should not be intended as the sole basis for classifying extrasensory experiences. Introduction, scoring information, and interpretation guidelines are provided; further background information can be found in the higher education textbook “Clinical Parapsychology: Extrasensory Exceptional Experiences.” The CEHE requests that clinicians and researchers provide further data on the instruments’ usefulness in characterizing patient or participant status and improving patient care or research design at http://qpsychics.com/center.
This 80-item assessment considers how one mentally, emotionally, and physically interacts with their environment and other individuals; whereby revealing how one psychically interacts with their environment and other individuals. This assessment identifies the most probable extrasensory phenomena the individual has recently experienced, and where their potential lies in regard to possible enhancement. This assessment was developed by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD. with the Center for Exceptional Human Experiences and the University of Alternative Studies, was utilized in private practice, and can be utilized as clinician-rated/assisted self-reports, informant-reports, or clinician-reports. This measure includes 8 sets of 10 questions where each set correlates to a specific psychical type. Each set of questions is on a separate page allowing clinicians the option to test single type changes over time.
Is it possible to access/purchase the digital Psychical Profiling Reports (16) in one package?
The Psychical Profiles are mainly designed to be informative to the general public (short and to the point), not those with an academic or professional interest. The current Psychical Reports are in the process of being rewritten as more informative eBooks, because since the release of the textbook “Clinical Parapsychology: Extrasensory Exceptional Experiences,” particularly Part: II Classification, these profiles have become somewhat obsolete. As far as the extrasensory types, PK types, and associated personality types, the information contained in the individual Psychical Profiles are compilations of information from the (1) Classification & Statistical Manual for Extrasensory Experiences (included in Clinical Parapsychology), and (2) Quantum Psychics: Scientifically Understand, Control, and Enhance Your Psychic Ability. Purchasing these texts will provide more information than the profiles currently offer combined. In addition, the remaining chapters in Clinical Parapsychology take these profiles even deeper (e.g. cause and prevention factors). Information pertaining to the significance of the color types and correlations with MBTI are covered in the book “Quantum Psychics: Scientifically Understand, Control, and Enhance Your Psychics Experiences.”
Has the PPA-B-ESP been validated?
In private practice, the measure has yielded consistent results and validity. However, further testing of this measure’s reliability and validity are required. Studies have been proposed by independent researchers to assess validity and reliability, but are not yet underway. Please join our newsletter to be notified when study findings are released.
Is this instrument intended for academic research purposes?
Yes. This instrument was initially published in an academic textbook “Clinical Parapsychology.”