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High School guidance counselor. B. April 10, 1931, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. B.S., 1953, Pennslyvannia State University; M.S. (education), 1961, St. John's University, Jamaica, New York. High school French teacher, 1953-54; English teacher, 1955-59; guidance counselor, Westbury High School, Westbury, Long Island, N.Y., 1960 to present. Member: American Personnel and Guidance Assn., Westbury Classroom Teachers Assn., New York State Classroom Teachers Assn., Phi Sigma Iota, Pi Gamma Mu, American Society for Psychical Research, Parapsychological Assn. (associate).

Mrs. Angstadt is interested in extrasenory perception as it is involved in interpersonal relations, particularly between teacher and pupil and between counselor and student. She has taken part in ESP experiments conducted by Margaret Anderson and Rhea White (qq.v.), and is co-author with Miss White of the following articles published by the ASPR Journal: "A Résumé of Research at the ASPR into Teacher-Pupil Attitudes in Clairvoyance Test Results" (Vol. 55, No.4, October 1961); "Student Preferences Shown in a Two-Classroom GESP Experiement with Two Student Agents Acting Simultaneously" (Vol. 57, No.1, 1963). Residence: 77 Pilgrim Lane, Westbury, N.Y.; business address: Westbury High School, Westbury.

Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications



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