THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY
CATHERINE S(TIFLER) NASH
(Mrs. Carroll B. Nash) Assistant professor of biology; charter associate, Parapsychological Assn. B. August 31, 1919, Woodbrook, Maryland. B.A., 1939, Goucher College, Baltimore, Md.; M.S., 1950, Ohio State University. M. 1941, Carroll B. Nash. Lecturer in biology, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa., 1942-43; instructor in biology, Pennsylvania Military College, Chester, Pa., 1943-44; instructer in biology, American Universty, Washington, D.C., 1944-45; instructor in biology, Washington College, Chestertown, Md., 1945-48; assistant professor of biology, St. Joseph's College, Philadelphia, 1948 to present. Member Beta Beta Beta; Parapsychological Assn.
Mrs. Nash's special interest are telepathy and clairvoyance and the investigation of the relationship between personality traits and extrasensory perception. She is author of the following articles: "Checking Success and the Relationship of Personaliy Traits to ESP" (Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 52, 1958); "Experiments in Plant Growth" (International Journal of Parapsychology, Autumn, 1959); "Report on the Second Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Assn." (Newsletter, Parapsychology Foundation, Sept.-Oct., 1959); "A Test of Adding Extrasensorially Perceived Digits" (Journal of Parapsychology, 23, 1959). Residene: 45 Meadows Lane, Haverford, Pennsylvania; business address, St. Joesph's College, Philadelphia 31, Pa.
Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications