THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY
FREDERICK C(HARLES) DOMMEYER
Professor of philosophy; Universalist minister. B. January 12, 1909, Warrington, Florida. B.A., 1932, Union College, Schenectady, New York; M.A., 1935, Ph. D., 1937, Brown University; studied at Oxford, Hamburg universities on Rhode Island English Speaking Union scholarship, 1933-34. M. 1937, Mariam Pankov: 1 d., 2.s. Instructor, philosophy, Brown University, 1937-38; instructor, Syracuse University, 1938-44; assistant professor, 1944-48; associate professor, 1948-58, head of Philosophy Department, 1944-58, St. Lawrence University; professor, head of Philosophy Department, San Jose State College, 1958 to present; Univeralist minister since 1959. Member: American Philosophical Phenomenological Society; American Society for Psychical Research; Parapschology Assn.
Dr. Dommeyer has contributed articles and book reviews to such journals as Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Journal of Philsophy and Philosophical Review. In the field of parapsychology he is interested in precognition and has written for the ASPR Journal the articles "Some Ostensibly Precognitive Dreams" (July 1955); "Another Veridically Significant Dream" (Oct. 1956); "Psychical Research in Colleges and Universities" (four-part series; 1963). Business address: Philosophy Department, San Jose State College, San Jose, California. Residence: 1352 Happy Valley Avenue, San Jose 29.
Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications