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Marabini, Enrico (1923-)

Marabini, Enrico (1923-)

Italian gynecologist and obstetrician who was also active in the field of parapsychology. Marabini was born on November 12, 1923, at Casinalbo, Italy, and studied at Bologna University (M.D., cum laude, 1949). He was a member of the Bologna Center of Parapsychological Studies, and in 1948 he became one of the founders of the Centro Studi Parapsicologici (Center for Parapsychological Studies).

Marabini took special interest in clairvoyance, telepathy, psychokinesis, and mediumship. He worked with mental and physical mediums for several years in controlled experiments concerned with psychosomatic aspects of paranormal behavior. However, he was unable to validate the authenticity of physical mediumship. He afterward studied quantitative testing methods.

Sources:

Marabini, Enrico. "Il Comportamento paranormale in rap-porto a stati neuro-endocrini" (Paranormal Behavior in Connection with Neuro-Endocrinological Conditions). Parapsicologia di Minerva Medica (November 1957).

. "Esperienze di Telepatia collectiva eseguite nella Citta' di Bologna" (Experiments in Mass Telepathy in Bologna). Metapsichica 1 (1954).

. "Esperienze trienneli di lettura della mano con una sensitiva Bolognese: Maria Guardini" (Three Years of Experiments in Hand-reading with the Sensitive Maria Guardini of Bologna). Parapsicologia di Minerva Medica (June 1957).

. "Il Metodo scientifico in parapsicologia" (Scientific Method in Parapsychology). Bulletin of the Italian Society for Parapsychology (July-December 1957).

. "Problemi parapsicologici e psicosomatica" (Parapsychological Problems and Psychosomatics). Medicina psicosomatics 1, no. 2 (1957).

. "Proposta di una modifica al test di Stuart per la Chiaroveggenza" (Proposal of a Modification of the Stuart Test for Clairvoyance). Metapsichica 3 (1954).

. "La Psi e' stata dimonstrata sperimentalmente?" (Has Psi Been Experimentally Demonstrated?). Bulletin of the Italian Society for Parapsychology (July-December 1959).

. "Sogno paragnosico" (Paragnostic Dreams). Parapsicologia di Minerva Medica (June 1957).

. "La Telapatia" (Telepathy). Metapsichica 1-4 (1953).

. "Una Nuova ESP?" Bulletin of the Italian Society for Parapsychology (January-June 1959).

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