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Psychological Evaluation of American Children Who Report Memories of Previous Lives
Journal of Scientific Exploration
Some young children claim to have memories of a previous life, and they often show behaviors that appear related to the memories. This pilot study examined the psychological functioning of such children in the United States. Fifteen participants, ages 3-6 years, underwent testing with the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale (fourth edition) and the Children's Apperception Test. Their parents completed the Survey Form of the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, the Child Behavior Checklist, thedoaj:8f049dee09c34d918f79594b69f9c53d fatcat:w7ldqpri5vdaha4a3nagnkhufy