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Michael Daniels PhD is a retired University lecturer in Psychology and former psychotherapist. His academic research and publications are in the areas of transpersonal psychology, parapsychology, and Jungian psychology. He is also a keen amateur magician and mentalist, and the author of a number of technical ebooks based on magical effects he has created. He has developed and maintains three educational-entertainment websites: www.psychicscience.org; www.transpersonalscience.org; and www.mindmagician.org.

Daniels's areas of research interest in parapsychology and psychical research include poltergeist-type manifestations, macro-PK and physical mediumship, the relationship between psychic and spiritual experience, and online testing of ESP and PK.

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Publications (Academic)

Note: Revised and updated versions of papers marked * appear as chapters in Daniels, M. (2005). Shadow, Self, Spirit: Essays in Transpersonal Psychology, Exeter: Imprint Academic.

Daniels, M. (2015). Self-Discovery the Jungian Way: The Watchword Technique (Routledge Library Editions: Jung, Vol. 4),  3rd revised edition. Hove & New York: Routledge. [also available in a Kindle Edition]

Daniels, M. (2014). Self-Discovery the Jungian Way: The Watchword Technique, 3rd revised ebook edition [PDF]. Lybrary.com.

Daniels, M. (2013). "Traditional Roots, History, and Evolution of the Transpersonal Perspective". In H.L. Friedman & G. Hartelius (eds.), Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Transpersonal Psychology (pp.23-43). Chichester, West Sussex: John Wiley.

Daniels, M. (2011). "Retrospective and Challenges for Transpersonal Psychology". Keynote paper given at the British Psychological Society Transpersonal Psychology Section 15th Annual Conference, Cober Hill, Scarborough, Sept. 17th 2011. [Illustrated talk]

Stumbrys, T. & Daniels, M. (2010). An exploratory study of creative problem solving in lucid dreams: Preliminary findings and methodological considerations. International Journal of Dream Research, 3(2), 121-129. [PDF]

Rowan, J., Daniels, M., Fontana, D. & Walley, M. (2009). A dialogue on Ken Wilber's contribution to transpersonal psychology. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 13(2), 5-41. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2009). Perspectives and vectors in transpersonal development. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 13(1), 87-99. [Preprint PDF]

Gordon-Finlayson, A. & Daniels, M. (2008). Westerners converting to Buddhism: An exploratory grounded theory investigation. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 12(1), 100-118. [Preprint PDF]

Sanches, L. & Daniels, M. (2008). Kundalini and transpersonal development: Development of a Kundalini Awakening Scale and a comparison between groups. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 12(1), 73-83. [Preprint PDF]

Hartley, J. & Daniels, M. (2008).  A grounded theory investigation into negative paranormal or spiritual experience, based on the ‘diabolical mysticism’ of William James. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 12(1), 51-72. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2005). Shadow, Self, Spirit: Essays in Transpersonal Psychology. Exeter: Imprint Academic.

--- (Trans. David González Raga) Sombra, Yo y Espíritu: Ensayos de psicología transpersonal. Barcelona: Editorial Kairós, June 2008.

Daniels, M. (2004). "Transpersonal Psychologies". In C. Partridge (ed.). Encyclopaedia of New Religions: New Religious Movements, Sects and Alternative Spiritualities (pp. 366-370). Oxford: Lion Publishing.

Lancaster, L. & Daniels, M. (2004). Transpersonal Psychology Section - Annual Conference 2003. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 8(1), 3-5. (ISSN: 1366-6991)

*Daniels, M. (2003). Making sense of mysticism. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 7(1), 39-55. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2003). Michael Daniels replies. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 67.2, No. 871, 159-160. [Preprint PDF]

*Daniels, M. (2002). The transpersonal self: 2. Comparing seven psychological theories. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 6(2), 4-21. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2002). The "Brother Doli" case: Investigation of apparent poltergeist-type manifestations in North Wales. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 66.4, No. 869, 193-221. [Preprint PDF]

--- Reprinted in R. Wiseman & C. Watt (eds.) (2005). Parapsychology (The International Library of Psychology). Ashgate Publishing.

*Daniels, M. (2002). The transpersonal self: 1. A psychohistory and phenomenology of the soul. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 6(1), 17-28. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2002). A response by Michael Daniels. Self & Society, 29(6), 57. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2001). The solution to human evil: a transpersonal perspective. Self & Society, 29(4), 20-28. [Preprint PDF]

*Daniels, M. (2001). On transcendence in transpersonal psychology. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 5(2), 3-11. [Preprint PDF]

*Daniels, M. (2001). Towards a transpersonal psychology of evil. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 5(1), 15-27. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2000). Examining the nature of mind. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 4(4), 62-65. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (2000). The shadow in transpersonal psychology. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 8(2), 10.

*Daniels, M. (2000). The shadow in transpersonal psychology. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 4(3), 29-43. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (1999). Transpersonal psychology and the paranormal. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 7(2), 112.

Daniels, M. (1999). Language and spatial metaphor: archetypal reflections. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 7(1), 48.

*Daniels, M. (1998). Transpersonal psychology and the paranormal. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 2(3), 17-31. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. (1998). Watchword technique of Jungian self-discovery. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 6(1), 63.

Daniels, M. & McNutt, B. (1997). The role and scope of transpersonal psychology. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 1(5), 33-38. [Preprint PDF]

Daniels, M. & McNutt, B. (1997). Questioning the role of transpersonal psychology. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 1(4), 4-9. [Preprint PDF]

*Daniels, M. (1997). Holism, integration and the transpersonal. Transpersonal Psychology Review, 1(3), 12-16. [Preprint PDF]

Harrop, A. & Daniels, M. (1993). Further reappraisal of momentary time sampling and partial interval recording. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 26(2), 277-278.

Daniels, M. (1992). Self-Discovery the Jungian Way: The Watchword Technique. London & New York: Routledge.

Harrop, A., Daniels, M. & Foulkes, C. (1990). The use of momentary time sampling and partial interval recording in behavioural research. Behavioural Psychotherapy, 18, 121-127.

Harrop, A., Foulkes, C. & Daniels, M. (1989). Observer agreement calculations: The role of primary data in reducing obfuscation. British Journal of Psychology, 80, 181-189.

*Daniels, M. (1988). The myth of self-actualization. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 28(1), 7-38.

Harrop, A. & Daniels, M. (1986). Methods of time sampling: A reappraisal of momentary time sampling and partial interval recording. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 19, 73-77.

--- Reprinted in Methodological and Conceptual Issues in Applied Behavior Analysis, 1968-1988. From the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Reprint Series, Vol. 4, pp. 193-197. The Society for Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Inc., 1989.

Harrop, A. & Daniels, M. (1985). Momentary time sampling with time series data: A commentary on the paper by Brulle & Repp. British Journal of Psychology, 76, 533-537.

Daniels, M. (1984). The relationship between moral development and self-actualization. Journal of Moral Education, 13(1), 25-30.

*Daniels, M. (1982). The development of the concept of self-actualization in the writings of Abraham Maslow. Current Psychological Reviews, 2. 61-76.

Daniels, M. (1981). Morality and the person: An examination of the relationship of moral development to self-actualization, mental disorder, and personality. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Leeds.

Publications (Magic and Mentalism)

Daniels, M. (2016). Perfectly Possible: Elegant Magic Squares the Easy Way. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2016). Understanding and Using Gilbreath Principle. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2015). Kalenda. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2015). Jay Di Biase's Rock, Paper, Lies: A Simplified Approach. [restricted ebook]

Daniels, M. (2014). "Staycard Principle". In Bob Farmer The Bammo Ten Card Deal Dossier (pp.38-9). Toronto: Magicana.

Daniels, M. (2014). The Magic, Myth and Math of Magic Squares. Talk given at TEDxDouglas, Isle of Man, November 2014. tedxtalks.ted.com [video]

Daniels, M. (2014). "Using Memory". In Devin Knight Auto-Spell Deck, p.15-17. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2013). I Ching Oracle Divination Cards. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2013). Shady Deals. [privately printed]

Daniels, M. (2013). OCD and Other Effects: The StayCard Principle. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Fasano, B. & Daniels, M. (2013). Jiggery Pokery. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2012). Utterly Mental. [privately printed]

Daniels, M. (2012). More Mind Magic. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2012). Three Easy Pieces. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2011). Mostly Perfect. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2011). Speed Dating. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2011). Trinities. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2011). Divinorum. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2011). Reversal Plus. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2011). Double Scam. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2011). "Blind Silent Running". In Ben Harris Silent Running 3, p.35-37. Lybrary.com [ebook]

Daniels, M. (2010). Equirock: A Force with Punch. Lybrary.com [ebook]









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