THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY
JAMES C(HARLES) CRUMBAUGH
Psychologist. B. December 11, 1912, Terrell, Texas. B.A., 1935, Baylor Unversity, Waco; M.A., 1938, Southern Methodist University, Dallas; Ph.D., 1953, University of Texas. Assistant psychologist, U.S. Army Air Force Aviation Cadet Classification Program, 1941-45; instructor in psychology, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee, 1947-56; Veterans Administration Post-Doctoral Training Program in Clinical Psychology, 1956-57; chairman, Department of Psychology, MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1957-59; research director, The Bradley Center, Columbus, Georgia, 1959 to present. Member: American Psychological Assn., Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Georgia Psychological Ass., Psi Chi.
In the field of parapsychology, Dr. Crumbaugh has held two grants from the Parapsychology Foundation for the purpos of working on the repeatability of experiments in extrasensory perception. His articles include, in the Journal of Parapsychology: "A Questionnaire Designed to Determine the Attitudes of Psychologists Toward the Feild of Extrasensory Preception" (Vol. 2, No. 4, 1938); "Are Negative ESP Results Attributable to Traits and Attitudes of Subjects and Experiments?" (Vol. 22, No. 4, 1958); "Purposed and Meaning in the Universe: Design or Chaos?" (Vol. 27, No. 1, 1963); in Science Monthly: "One World-Or Two?" (Vol. 81, No.4, 1955); in Tomorrow magazine: "Those Other Bridey Murphys" (Summer 1956); in American Psychologist: "A Challenge to Parapsychologist" (Vol. 14, No. 9, 1959). Residence: 1414 Virginia Street, Columbus, Georgia; business address: The Bradley Center, Inc., 1327 Warren Williams Road, Columbus.
Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications