THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY
Physician. B. November 20, 1908, New York, N.Y. B. A., 1929, Columbia College; M.D., 1934, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons; D.Med.Sc., 1939 Columbia University. M. 1937, Molly Lewis: 1 d., 2 s. Lecturer, New York School of Social Work, 1939-43; lecturer, New York Psychoanalytic Institute, 1943; associate in psychiatry, Columbia University Medica School, 1938-50; associate clinical professor of psychiatry, University of Colorado Medical School, 1950 to present; attendng psychiatrist, U.S. Veterans Administration Hospital, Denver. Member: American Psychiatric Assn., American Psychosomatic Society, American Society for Psychical Research (former trustee; foundingmember, ASPR Medical Section); charter member, Parapsychological Assn.
Dr. Eisenbud is author of many articles on psychiatry and psychoanalysis in such periodicals as Psychosomatic Medicine, Psychoanalytic Quarterly an Child Study. In the field of parapsychology, where his speciality is telepathy in the psychoanalytic situation, Dr. Eisenbud is at present engaged in experimental efforts to implant clues to psi guessing by means of subliminal perception.
His numberous articles on parapsychological subjects include, in the Journal of Parapsychology: "Psychoanalysis and Paraapsychology" (June 1948); "Precognition, Anxiety and Agression" 9June 1955); in the Psychoanalytic Quaterly: "Telepathy and Problems of Psychoanalysis" (vol. 15, No. 1, 1946); "A Telepathic Rêve à Deux (Vol. 16, No. 1, 1947); "Behavioral Correspondences to Normally Unpredictable Future Events" (Vol. 23, 1954); "Time and the Oedipus" (Vol. 25, 1956)l in the Journal of the ASPR: "Psi and the Problem of the Disconnections in Science" (Vol. 50, 1955); "Two Approaches to Spontaneous Case Material" (Vol. 57, 1963); in the International Journal of Psychoanalysis: "The Use of the Psi Hypothesis in Psychoanalysis" (Vol. 36, Part 6, 1955); the chapter "Use of the Telepatchy Hypothesis in Psychotheraphy", in the book Specialized Techniques in Psychotherapy (1952); and the Introduction to the Proceedings of the International Conference on Unorthodoz Healing (1957); in the Journl of the Society of Psychical Research, London: "Compound Theories of Precognition" (Vol. 41, 1962); in the International Journal of Parapsychology: "Psi and the Nature of Things" (Vol. 5, 1963). Residence: 4634 East Sixth Avenue, Denver 20, Colorado; business address: 901 Sherman Street, Denver 3.
Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications