Established by Montague Ullman in 1962 to explore the
problem of telepathy and dreams by means of the newly discovered
Rapid Eye Movement monitoring technique. The laboratorys
principal function is research, but it also brings together
scholars concerned with parapsychology and organizes lectures
to outside groups. It has conducted a number of experiments
on altered states of consciousness and psi faculty during
sleep that have been reported in various professional journals.
It was directed for ten years by Stanley Krippner. Address: Department
of Psychiatry, Maimonides Medical Center, 4802
10th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 12219.
Ullman, Montague. Dream Telepathy. Rev. ed. Jefferson,
N.C.: McFarland, 1989.
. The Varieties of Dream Experience: Expanding Our Ways
of Working with Dreams. New York: Continuum, 1987.
Ullman, Montague, and Stanley Krippner. Dream Studies and
Telepathy: An Experimental Approach. New York: Parapsychology