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Utrecht II: Charting the Future of Parapsychology
October 15th through October 18th, 2008

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Brief Biographies of Observers

“Veterans” of the First Utrecht Conference in 1953

Dr. Bill RollDr. William G. Roll
University of West Georgia, United States
Dr. William G. Roll was at the Duke Parapsychology Laboratory and then at the Psychical Research Foundation where he and his associates tested OBE and ESP subjects and investigated cases of poltergeists and hauntings. He is now at the University of West Georgia, where he taught parapsychology until recently. He has written some 200 papers and three books. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Donald J. WestProf. Dr. Donald J. West
Cambridge University
Society for Psychical Research, England
Prof. Emeritus D. J. West is a criminologist and psychiatrist, sometime President of the Society for Psychical Research in London, and long time contributor to their publications concerning experimental ESP and population surveys of apparitional experiences. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]


Egil AspremMr. Egil Asprem
University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Egil Asprem, M.A., is a doctoral student in the History of Hermetic Philosophy and Related Currents program at the University of Amsterdam. He is currently working on a broad interdisciplinary study called “Esotericism and Scientific Naturalism in the 20th Century,” drawing on the perspectives of the history and philosophy of science, sociology, and religious studies. A part of this research focuses on the development of psychical research and parapsychology in the 20th century, and their conflicts with the scientific establishment. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Peter BancelDr. Peter Bancel
Global Consciousness Project, France
Recipient of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Eileen Coly Grant for Research in 2007
Peter Bancel received a Ph.D. in experimental physics from the University of Pennsylvania. He lives in France and has worked for the Centre Nationale de Recherche Scientifique. His current research involves analysis of data correlations for the Global Consciousness Project. [Photo taken by Wim Kramer]

Dr.Massimo BiondiDr. Massimo Biondi
Centro Studi Parapsicologici, Italy
Parapsychology Foundation International Affiliate for Italy
Massimo Biondi, graduated in medicine, is now engaged as a science writer and author. He is a member of the Italian Society for the Advancement of Sciences, and the editor in chief of a medical journal. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Centro Studi Parapsicologici, and an Affiliate Member of the Parapsychological Association. His research is now centered on the analysis of spontaneous cases (near-death non-recurrent psychokinesis, apparitions, poltergeists), and on the history of parapsychology and Spiritualism in Italy. He has authored books, papers and articles on these topics. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Martine BuschMs. Martine Busch
Van Praag Instituut, Netherlands
Martine Busch, M.A., worked for ten years as a child psychologist at the Parapsychologische Instituut Utrecht. Presently she is director of the Van Praag Instituut in Utrecht. In this capacity she introduced therapeutic touch and guided imagery in the health care system of the Netherlands and organized several conferences on integrative medicine for health care professionals and policy makers. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Bernard CarrProf. Dr. Bernard J. Carr
Queen Mary, University of London
Society for Psychical Research
Scientific and Medical Network, England
Bernard J. Carr is professor of Mathematics and Astronomy at Queen Mary, University of London, his area of expertise being cosmology and relativistic astrophysics. He is a Council member and former President of the Society for Psychical Research and Program Chair for the annual conference, which this year is being held with the Parapsychological Association. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Scientific and Medical Network, which focuses on the link between science and spirituality. While he has a broad range of interests within parapsychology, his main aim is to produce a new paradigm of physics which incorporates mental and psychic phenomena. (An attempt at this is described in his forthcoming SPR Proceedings.) He believes that parapsychology will not be recognized by mainstream science until this has been achieved. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]
Dr. Kaare Claudewitz
Dr. Kaare Claudewitz
Danish Society for Psychical Research, Denmark
Kaare Claudewitz is a clinical psychologist in private practice. He is president of both the Danish Society for Psychical Research and The Danish Psychological Society for Clinical Hypnosis. He is also the editor of The Danish Journal of Psychical Research. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Wendy Cousins
Wendy E. Cousins is an Irish university lecturer with an academic background in psychology, sociology and social work. She is a course director for post-graduate programs in health promotion and population health and has a professional interest in mental health service provision, trauma, communication, end of life issues and spirituality. She is personally fascinated by the paranormal experiences and experiments of the writers and artists of the Irish literary revival, especially examined in the light of the Trickster archetype and in this historical context she is researching issues of liminality, creativity, fractured identity, mediumship and the practice of automatic writing (psychography).

Dr. Suitbert ErtelDr. Suitbert Ertel
Georg-Elias-Müller Institute, Germany
Suitbert Ertel is Professor Emertitus at the Georg-Elias-Müller Institute of Psychology. He is member of the Society of Scientific Exploration, of the Parapsychological Association of the Gesellschaft für Anomalistik and of the Gesellschaft für Psychologie. He specializes in the fields of psycho-astrology, of solar correlations, of morphic resonance and of psychometrics of anomalous abilities. [Photo taken by Fabio da Silva]

Renaud EvrardMr. Renaud Evrard
University Louis Pasteur-Strasbourg, France
Recipient of the 2008 Eileen J. Garrett Scholarship
Renaud Evrard is a French psychologist, preparing a Ph.D in clinical and differential aspects of exceptional experiences. He is an active member of the Student Group of Institut Métapsychique International since 2004, and a student affiliate of the Parapsychological Association since 2007. He co-founded in 2007 the Service for Orientation and Help of People with Exceptional Experiences (SOS-PSEE) in Paris. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Drs. Maggie EybrechtsDrs. Maggie Eybrechts
Van Praag Instituut, Netherlands
Parapsychology Institute, Utrecht,the Netherlands
Maggie did her masters on organizational/industrial psychology at the University of Utrecht and on clinical psychology at the Free University of Amsterdam. Since 2004 she serves on different research projects at the Van Praag Institute and the Parapsychology Institute in Utrecht. In mainstream mental health care she worked with psychiatric and addictive patients doing both (group)therapy and psychodiagnostic work. Currently she is psychotherapist in training at the Nederlands Psychoanalytisch Instituut in which she is specializing herself in psychodynamic treatments. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Sally Feather
Dr. Sally Feather
Rhine Research Center, United States
Sally Rhine Feather, the daughter of J. B. and Louisa Rhine, has a doctorate in experimental psychology from Duke University. She has served in various research and administrative positions at the Rhine Research Center off and on since the early Duke Laboratory days and currently is Director of Development. She has recently retired from the private practice of clinical psychology. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Danielle Ferrari FabriMs. Danielle Ferrari Fabri
UNIBEM, Brazil
Danielle Ferrari Fabri has obtained a Bachelors degree in Parapsychology from the Integrated Spiritist Colleges (UNIBEM) in Curitiba, Brazil. She has conducted Ganzfeld laboratory ESP research and studied RSPK phenomena in the field. She now lives in Amsterdam and works with distance and psychic healing, particularly Reiki, and gives classes on psi to the public. [Photo taken by Fabio da Silva]

Prof. Nadir Ganz
Prof. Nadir Ganz
UNIBEM, Brazil
Nadir Martins Ganz is a member of the parapsychology faculty at Intergrated Colleges (UNIBEM), in Curitiba, Brazil. Her specialization is in consciouness studies. She is the leader of dynamics and deep experiences in arasychology since 1991. She attended the Rhine Research Center’s Summer Study Program in 2000. She is also a researcher in the Experimental Parasychology Integrated Center at UNIBEM. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Joseph GlicksohnDr. Joseph Glicksohn
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Parapsychology Foundation International Affiliate for Israel
Joseph Glicksohn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology (where he is currently the Chair of the Department), and The Leslie and Susan Gonda (Goldschmied) Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center, at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. He has been actively engaged in research in such varied areas as time perception, metaphoric thinking, states of consciousness, personality and individual differences, and electrophysiology. [Photo taken by Fabio da Silva]
Dr. Anneli Goulding
Dr. Anneli Goulding
Gothenburg University, Sweden
Anneli Goulding has a Ph.D. in psychology. She is a lecturer at the Department of Psychology, Gothenburg University, and project leader at the Psychosis Section, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg. [Photo taken by Renaud Evrard]

Dr. Joop Houtkooper
Dr. Joop Houtkooper
Parapsychologish Instituut, Utrecht, Netherlands
Joop Houtkooper holds an M.Sc. in physics and a Ph.D. in the social sciences. His dissertation was entitled “Observational theory: A research programme for paranormal phenomena.” His latest research subject is the possibility of life on the planet Mars. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Giovanni IannuzzoDr. Giovanni Iannuzzo
University of Messina, Italy
Giovanni Iannuzzo, M.D., is a psychiatrist and a Psychiatric Consultant in the Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, National Psychiatric Services, in Palermo. He is also the Director of the Unit of Ethnopsychiatry and Social Psychiatry in the Division of Clinical Psychiatry, General Hospital, in Cefalù. He also holds the position of Assistant Professor of Research at the Department of Neurosciences and Psychiatric Sciences of the University of Messina, as well as the position of Director of the Center of Behavioral Sciences, Clinical Psychiatry and Mental Hygiene. In parapsychology, his research has mainly centered on the study of relationships between psi and mental disorders, on some aspects of the history of parapsychology and on clinical parapsychology. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]
Dr. Marios Kittenis
Dr. Marios Kittenis
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Marios Kittenis has completed masters degrees in cognitive science and neurophysiology before recently obtaining his Ph.D. from the Department of Psychology at Edinburgh University where he was also associated with the Koestler Parapsychology Unit. His main interests include the use of psychophysiological methods in psi research and the relevance of altered states of consciousness to psi phenomena. [Photo taken by Fabio da Silva]
Ingrid Kloosterman
Ms. Ingrid Kloosterman
University of Utrecht, the Netherlands
Ingrid Kloosterman has completed a B.Sc. and is not a post-graduate student in the masters research program, “Historical and Comparitive Studies of the Sciences and Humanities” at the University of Utrecht. She is currently working on her master thesis, the topic of which is the academic development of parapsychology in the Netherlands. [Photo by Nancy Zingrone]

Hideyuki KokuboMr. Hideyuki Kokubo
International Research Institute, Chiba, Japan
Recipient of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Scholarly Incentive Award in 2001
Hideyuki Kokubo, B.Sc., is the Research Director of the International Research Institute (IRI) in Chiba, Japan. He works as a director and editor of the journal of the International Society of Life Information Science (ISLIS), the Japanese Society for Parapsychology (JSPP) and the Society for Mind-Body Science (SMBS). His recent research are focused on the study of non-contact healing using biophotons, brain activities during psi tasks, distant healing for autism and Brazilian religious rituals using field RNG. [Photo by Roger Nelson]
Dr. David Luke
Dr. David Luke
Beckley Foundation, Oxford
University of East London, England
Recipient of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Scholarly Incentive Award in 2006
David P. Luke, Ph.D., is Research Associate at the Beckley Foundation, Oxford, UK and Visiting Lecturer at the University of East London. He recently obtained his doctorate from the Centre for the Study of Anomalous Psychological Processes at the University of Northampton. His research includes magical belief systems and luckiness in relation to psi, as well as altered states, particularly through the use of psychoactive substances. [Photo by Nancy Zingrone]

Hans MichelDrs. Hans Michels
Translators International, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Hans Michels holds degrees in psychology and ergonomics (Tilburg University). As a core member of SRU he carried out research with Breederveld, Jacobs and Millar, using external subjects or themselves as subjects (in RNG experiments). One of the initiators of the first Euro-PA conference in 1988, Mr. Michels is strongly in favor of the skeptical approach. Since 1981, he has worked as a professional translator of technical documentation. Currently co-editing a book (with Hövelmann).[Photo taken by Wim Kramer]

Loes ModdermanLoes Modderman
The Netherlands
Loes Modderman has studied languages and history and has had a lifelong interest in parapsychology and exceptional experiences in general. She is a member of the Parapsychologisch Instituut in Utrecht and the Society for Scientific Exploration and occasionally writes about parapsychological and Fortean subjects. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Prof. Peter MulaczProf. Peter Mulacz
University of Austria
Parapsychology Foundation International Affiliate for Austria
Recipient of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Scholarly Incentive Award in 2007
Prof. Peter Mulacz, the Vice President of the Austrian Society for Parapsychology and Border Areas of Science, is a full member of the Parapsychological Association. Among his interests in the field are macro-PK (particularly paranormal metal bending), mesmerism and altered states of consciousness, conceptual framework, the ‘survival’ issue, and history of parapsychology. He has carried out field-studies and both experimental and historical-critical research. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Jose Raul NaranjoJóse Raúl Naranjo Muradas
Center for Meditation, Mindfulness and Neuroscience Research
University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany
Jóse Raúl Naranjo studied Physics and made his doctoral studies on Cognitive Neuroscience. His research interests include the application of neuroimaging methods (EEG and fMRI) to study social cognitive processes, spatio-temporal models of neural fields, neural correlates of spiritual states of consciousness (meditation and prayer), and the psi controversy. Currently he works at the University of Freiburg in Germany, where he conducts several research projects concerning the neural basis of cortico-muscular synchronization, the neurophysiological correlates of mindfulness and loving-kindness meditation, and the neural representation of the Self in meditation and prayer practitioners. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Reinhilde Nelson
Ms. Reinhilde Nelson
Princeton Engineering Anomalies Laboratory, Retired, United States
Reinhilde Nelson was born in Pommern, now Poland, and migrated to the US in 1967. She was a research assistant in psychology at New York University from 1968 to 1972, and held the same position at Princeton University in the School of Engineering from 1981 to 1985. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Paul Louis RabeyronDr. Paul-Louis Rabeyron
Catholic University of Lyon, France
Paul-Louis Rabeyron is a French psychiatrist and a member of the Institut Métapsychique International (IMI). He is working as the medical director of a Medical and Psychological Center. He has written several papers about paranormal anthropology and alternative medicine. Since 1995, he runs a course for undergraduate students called "Science, Society and paranormal phenomena" at the Université Catholique de Lyon. He also manages the Student Group of Institut Métapsychique International since 2004. [Photo by permission of Thomas Rabeyron]

Lyon II University, France
Thomas Rabeyron is a French clinical psychologist doing a Ph.D. about clinical experiences from a qualitative approach (at Lyon II University) and quantitative approach (at Edinburgh University, KPU). He has co-founded in 2004 the Student Group of Institut Métapsychique International (IMI) and he is a student affiliate of the Parapsychological Association. He has co-founded in 2007 the Service for Orientation and Help of People with Exceptional Experiences (SOS PSEE). He is also interested more especially in potential applications of remote viewing and precognitive experiments. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Elizabeth RoxburghMs. Elizabeth Roxburgh
University of Northampton, England
Recipient of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Charles T. and Judith A. Tart Student Incentive Award in 2006
Elizabeth Roxburgh is currently studying for a Ph.D. exploring the psychology and phenomenology of spiritualist mediumship at the Centre for the Study of Anomalous Psychological Processes, University of Northampton, in the UK. She attended the Rhine Research Center’s Summer Study Progam in 2003 and previously worked as an assistant clinical psychologist in the National Health Service, specializing in mental health and autism. Her other interests are in healing, cross-cultural research, clinical parapsychology, and synchronicity. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Friederike SchrieverDr. Friederike Schriever
LOS Institutes in Marburg and Siegen, Germany
Friederike Schriever has a Ph.D. in psychology and is a teacher of mathematics and biology. She was an assistant professor of pedagogics at the Free University of Berlin and an assistant professor for the didactics of mathematics at the University of Giessen. Since 2002, she has been the owner and director of two private teaching institutions for dyslectic children. She has worked and published, e.g., on dream telepathy, RSPK cases, and paranormal beliefs. [Photo taken by Carlos Alvarado]

Dr. Djohar Si AhmedDr. Djohar Si Ahmed
Institut Métapsychique Internacional, France
Djohar Si Ahmed, Ph.D., is a psychoanalyst, specializing in Hypnosis Holotropic Breathwork and clinical parapsychology. She has contributed, through the Telepathy Training Group,to the extension of Warcollier’s telepathy studies. Her research focuses on relationships between the paranormal and psychopathology. She is also the General Secretary of the Institut Métapsychyique International (Paris). [Photo with permission of Thomas Rabeyron]

Fabio da SilvaMr. Fabio Eduardo da Silva
Tuiuti University, Brazil
UNIBEM, Brazil
Recipient of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Scholarly Incentive Award in 2003
Fabio Eduardo da Silva is a parapsychology faculty member at Spiritualist Integrated Colleges—UNIBEM in Curitiba, Brazil and a psychologist at Tuiuti University in the same city. He is also a post-graduate student at the University of São Paulo, specializing in consciousness studies, neuropsychology, and psi training. da Silva is also the director of the Experimental Parapsychology Integrated Center which includes the DMILS and Ganzfeld Laboratories (UNIBEM), a coordinator of the “Encuentro Psi,” an annual international parapsychology congress held in Brazil, and has been funded by the Bial Foundation. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Mario SimoesDr. Mário Simões
University of Lisbon
Bial Foundation, Portugal
Parapsychology Foundation International Affiliate for Portugal
Mário Simões, holds both an M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychiatry. He is a Professor of Psychiatry and the Sciences of Consciousness in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Lisbon. He is also the director of post-graduate Courses in Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis at the same faculty, a permanent member of the Organizing Committee of the Symposia “Behind and Beyond the Brain” of the Bial Foundation of Porto, Portugal. His professional and scientific interests include psychopathology of consciousness, altered states of consciousness and experimental parapsychology. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Frans SnelMr. Frans Snel
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Frans W. J. J. Snel has a M.A. in Philosophy and is currently completing a Ph.D. candidate in psychology at the University of Edinburgh. His research centers on all aspects of complementary medicine, especially paranormal healing and the patient-healer interaction. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Dieter VaitlDr. Dieter Vaitl
Institut für Grenzegebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene, Germany
Prof. Dr. Dieter Vaitl is professor (emeritus) of Clinical and Physiological Psychology at the University of Giessen, Germany. He is director of the Bender Institute of Neurimaging at the University of Giessen and head of the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health at Freiburg (Germany). His main research areas are emotional neuroscience and altered states of consciousness. [From the group photo by Emel Sebuktekin]

Dr. Peter van der SijdeDr. Peter van der Sijde
University of Twente, Netherlands
Dr. Peter van der Sijde was trained as a psychologist (educational and theoretical psychology) and as a management consultant. After a career in educational research he entered the field of knowledge transfer and entrepreneurship. Since 2001 he has been a senior researcher with the Dutch Institute for Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship at the University of Twente. In the field of parapsychology he collaborated with Frans Snel in a number of studies related to paranormal healing and healers. He also has an interest in the history of parapsychology, especially in the Netherlands and in Prof. W.H.C. Tenhaeff. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Maurice van LuijtelaarDrs. Maurice van Luijtelaar
Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Netherlands
Maurice van Luijtelaar graduated in psychology (M.Sc.) at Tilburg University and in philosophy (M.A.) at Utrecht University. He is a member of the Dutch Society for Psychical Research. His interests are the history of parapsychology, reports of spontaneous cases including cases suggesting survival, philosophical implications of paranormal experiences, spiritual experiences, and intuition. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone.]

Dr. Klaas von EgmondProf. Dr. Klaas van Egmond
University of Utrecht, the Netherlands
Dr. van Egmond is a geosciences faculty member of the University of Utrecht with specialties in the environment and sustainability. Until recently he was the director of the Netherlands Environmental Assesment Agency. Currently he is working together with Prof. Hans Gerding of the Parapsychologische Instituut to investigate possible paranormal photography produced by a Dutch medium. Their project also includes RNG-measurements and monitoring of magnetic field anomalies. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Mario VarvoglisDr. Mario Varvoglis
Institut Métapsichique Internacional, France
Parapsychology Foundation International Affiliate for France
Mario Varvoglis, Ph.D. has been involved in parapsychology for over thirty years. While at the Psychophysical Research Laboratories (Princeton), he contributed to the development of the automated Ganzfeld protocol as well as computer-based microPK experiments. He is President of the Institut Métapsychique Internacional, France’s principal psi research and educational center. He has also served as President of the Parapsychological Association. [Photo by permission of Thomas Rabeyron]

Dr. Zoltan VassyDr. Zoltán Vassy
Laboratories for Fundamental Research, Hungary
Parapsychology Foundation International Affiliate for Hungary
Zoltán Vassy graduated in physics at Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE) of Budapest. He has been active in psi research since 1968. He worked in Psychophysical Research Laboratories (lead by Charles Honorton) in 1986-87, and since then he regularly holds lectures on scientific parapsychology at the Institute of Psychology of ELTE. His main topic of interest is precognitive timing and physiological measurement methods.[Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Walter von LucadouDr. Walter von Lucadou
Institut für Grenzegebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene, Germany
Walter von Lucadou, born 1945, studied physics and psychology at the University of Freiburg and Berlin. In 1971 he received a B.A., in 1973 a M.A. degree (Diplom-Physiker), in 1978 a Sc.D. in physics (Dr. rer. nat.) at the University of Freiburg, and in 1986 a Ph.D. in psychology (Dr. phil.) at the University of Berlin. From 1977 to 1978 he was research associate at the “Kiepenheuer Institute for Solar Physics” at Freiburg. From 1979 to 1985 he was assistant-professor to the chair of “Psychology and Border Areas of Psychology” at the University of Freiburg and from 1986 to 1987 visiting research associate (guest professor) at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands. Since 1988 he is head of the “Parapsychological Counseling Office” at Freiburg and research director of the WGFP (Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Parapsychologie e.V.). He is lecturer at the Technical University Furtwangen, Germany. He had done research in physics, astronomy, systems theory, psychology, and parapsychology. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

Dr. Jiri WackermanDr. Jiri Wackermann
Institut für Grenzegebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene, Germany
Jiri Wackermann has D. Phil. in psychology (Charles University, Prague, Czechoslovakia) and postgraduate training in physiology (Czech Academy of Sciences). He is head of the Department of Empirical and Analytical Psychophysics at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health (IGPP) in Freiburg, Germany, and secretary of the International Society for Psychophysics. Research interests: relations between mental states and brain functional states, perception of time, anomalous dyadic communication, philosophical and historical dimensions of psychophysical research. [From the Group photo taken by Emel Sebuktekin]

Wellington ZangariDr. Wellington Zangari
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Parapsychology Foundation International Affiliate for Brazil
Recipient of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Frances P. Bolton Fellowship in 2005
Wellington Zangari has a Ph.D. in social psychology and an M.A. in scientific studies of religion. He is the Co-Director of Inter Psi-Group Study in Semiotics, Interconnectivity and Consciousness at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, a researcher in Laboratory of Social Psychology of Religion at University of São Paulo, and Professor of Social Psychology in the Department of Social Psychology of the Institute of Psychology at the University of São Paulo. [Photo taken by Nancy Zingrone]

All photographs used here were taken at the conference.



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