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Don C. Donderi, 1937 age 87 years ( Don Crosbie Donderi)

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Don DONDERI, Why people ignore UFO's [ English] pp.21-22
UFO Quebec
volume 1 No 1 1975
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
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Don DONDERI, L'homme et les contacts extra-terrestres pp.18-20
UFO Quebec
No 2 Mai-Juin-Juillet 1975
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
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Don DONDERI, Savants et soucoupes... POURQUOI LES SCIENTIFIOUES N'ADMETTENT-ILS PAS LA REALITE DES UFOs ? pp.14-15
UFO Quebec
No 8 4e trimestre 1976
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Mac Duff, Claude
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Wido HOVILLE, Don DONDERI, Close Encounter Near Ottawa pp.7-8 (UFO Quebec No 14 2e trimestre (juin)/1978 CE III sur la route 17, pp. 19-20)
Canadian UFO Report
vol 4 no 8 (32) Fall 1978
Name: Magor, John ; Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Hoville, Wido
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Wido HOVILLE, Don DONDERI, CE III sur la route 17 pp.19-20
UFO Quebec
No 14 2e trimestre (juin) 1978
Name: Hoville, Wido ; Donderi, Don C. (1937)
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Wido HOVILLE, Don DONDERI, Dossier photo: Rencontre rapprochée du deuxième type pres du Réservoir Baskatong pp.8-10
UFO Quebec
No 16 4e trimestre (decembre) 1978
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Hoville, Wido
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Don C. DONDERI, THE EFFECT OF CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS ATTITUDES ABOUT UFO EVIDENCE ON SCIENTIFIC ACCEPTANCE OF THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL HYPOTHESIS pp.35-40
The Journal of UFO Studies
Vol. 1 N. 1 1979
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
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Don C. DONDERI, Dossier - Photo: Analyse de diapositive et de pellicule. datant du 5 et 26 juillet 1975, et soumis à UFO-QUEBEC par M. T... pp.18-20
UFO Quebec
No 21 -22 Juin-août 1980
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Delorme, Louis-Michel
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Don C. DONDERI, Signal Detection Theory As a Method for the Retrospective Evaluation of UFO Witnesses pp.53-63
Author:Roberto FARABONE (ed.)
Title: INTERNATIONAL UPIAR COLLOQUIUM ON HUMAN SCIENCES AND UFO PHENOMENA - Proceedings - Salzburg, July 26-29, 1982
Serie:Upiar Monograph
Publisher: UPIAR, Milano 1983
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011) ; Farabone, Roberto (1944) ; Izzo, Francesco ; Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Lawson, Alvin H. (1929 - 2010) ; Maugé, Claude (1946) ; Mulacz, Wilhelm Peter ; Schönherr, Luis ; Scott, Malcolm ; Toselli, Paolo (1960)
Language:English
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D. C. DONDERI, Issues Forum: UFO Abductions|Round Two: Comments on the UFO abduction debate pp.146-148 - More thoughts on abductions pp.149-152
Journal of UFO Studies
New Series Vol. 1 1989
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
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D. C. DONDERI, The small picture pp.18+24
International UFO Reporter
Volume 18 number 1 January/February 1993
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
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Don C. DONDERI, The scientific context of the UFO/abduction phenomenon pp.13-21
International UFO Reporter
Volume 21 number 1 Spring 1996
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
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Mark RODEGHIER, Don C. DONDERI, Stuart Appelle pp.12-13+23
International UFO Reporter
Volume 34 number 1 September 2011
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Rodeghier, Mark (1953)
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Don DONDERI, The UFO and Abduction Evidence Should Reorient Science and Change Public Policy pp.143-158
Author:Barbra MAHER (ed.)
Title: MUFON 2013 International UFO Symposium Proceedings Science, UFOs and the Search for ET - Las Vegas, NV July 18-21, 2013
Serie:MUFON UFO SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
Publisher: Mutual UFO Network, Cincinnati, Ohio 2013
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Davis, Eric W. ; Greer, Steven Macon ; Harris, Paola (1945) ; Harrison, Albert A. ; Jacobs, David Michael (1942) ; Luoange, Frances ; Maher, Barbra ; Peters, Ted ; Powell, Robert ; Westrum, Ronald M. (1945) ; Ziegelmeyer, Debbie
Language:English
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Informations recherches
volume 1 No 1 1975

Editor: Norbert SPEHNER
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
CONTENTS
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Claude MAC DUFFLE PROCÈS DES SOUCOUPES VOLANTES 19-20
Book:Claude MAC DUFF,LE PROCÈS DES SOUCOUPES VOLANTES - 1975

Don DONDERIWhy people ignore UFO's [English] 21-22


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Informations recherches
No 2 Mai-Juin-Juillet 1975

Editor: Norbert SPEHNER
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Norbert SPEHNEREditorial3

Enquêtes au Québec
Philippe BLAQUIÈRELES HUMANOÏDES DE TROIS-RIVIERES4-5
Pierre FAVREAUUN AMERRISSAGE SUR LE LAC ST-LOUIS?6
Wido HOVILLEJOLIETTE 19737-9

Le "Monstre de Flatwoods" Virginie U.S.A. 1952 8

Enquêtes au Québec
Marc LEDUCLE TRIANGLE DU 14.7.749-11
Jeff HOLTEnquête complémentaire
UN UFO TRIANGULAIRE EST APERCU A DAVELUYVILLE ( Province de Québec )
12

... a travers le Canada 12-14

Pierre SMITHAnnexe
LES UFOs S'INTERESSENT A NOS INSTALLATIONS ATOMIQUES...
13

Jeff HOLTLes Ufo's... amicaux ou hostile ? 16-17

J. J. SOULIÈRESDossier photo 17

Don DONDERIL'homme et les contacts extra-terrestres 18-20


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Informations recherches
No 8 4e trimestre 1976

Editor: Claude MAC DUFF
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937); Mac Duff, Claude
CONTENTS
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Jeff HOLTLes humanoides (2) 8-11

Wido HOVILLEPOLITIQUE ET UFOLOGIE 12-13

Don DONDERISavants et soucoupes...
POURQUOI LES SCIENTIFIOUES N'ADMETTENT-ILS PAS LA REALITE DES UFOs ?
14-15
(Translated by Claude MAC DUFF)


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A Study of Flying & Other Aerial Phenomena
vol 4 no 8 (32) Fall 1978

Editor: John MAGOR
Name: Magor, John; Donderi, Don C. (1937); Hoville, Wido
CONTENTS
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Editorial
Psychic Sasquatch

Airborne Sasquatch? 1-3

Graham CONWAYAnother Dimension via Film? 3-6

Wido HOVILLE, Don DONDERIClose Encounter Near Ottawa 7-8
(From: UFO Quebec No 14 2e trimestre (juin)/1978 CE III sur la route 17, pp. 19-20 Translated by John MAGOR)

John Brent MUSGRAVEREPORT FROM POLAND
Critters Examine Farmer
8-9

Harry TOKARZHard Choice for Witnesses 9-12

Matching Cases 12+14

Beatrice M. ZIMMERToo Much - Too Soon 12-14

Franklin R. Jr RUEHLAre UFO's From Another Dimension, Another Time, or Another Stratum? 15-17

Roland ANDERSENUFO's of Ancient Greece Return Today 17-22

Identified Flying Object 22

Letters
Mail 22-24

Ad Briefs 24


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Informations recherches
No 14 2e trimestre (juin) 1978

Editor: Norbert SPEHNER
Name: Hoville, Wido; Donderi, Don C. (1937)
CONTENTS
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Lectures
Norbert SPEHNERBertrand MÉHEUST, SCIENCE-FICTION ET SOUCOUPES VOLANTES , Jean FERGUSON, LES HUMANOÏDES , Charles BERLITZ, LE TRIANGLE DES BERMUDES , Charles BERLITZ, SANS TRACE - LE TRIANGLE DES BERMUDES 2 7
Review: Jean FERGUSON,LES HUMANOÏDES - 1977, Charles BERLITZ,LE TRIANGLE DES BERMUDES - 1975, Charles BERLITZ,SANS TRACE - LE TRIANGLE DES BERMUDES 2 - 1978, Bertrand MÉHEUST,SCIENCE-FICTION ET SOUCOUPES VOLANTES - 1978

Wido HOVILLE, Don DONDERICE III sur la route 17 19-20
(English translation Canadian UFO Report vol 4 no 8 (32) Fall/1978 Close Encounter Near Ottawa, pp. 7-8)


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Informations recherches
No 16 4e trimestre (decembre) 1978

Editor: Norbert SPEHNER
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937); Hoville, Wido
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Norbert SPEHNEREditorial3

Enquêtes au Québec
Wido HOVILLE, Philippe BLAQUIÈRERencontre rapprochée du premier type pres de Varennes4-7

Dossier photo
Wido HOVILLE, Don DONDERIRencontre rapprochée du deuxième type pres du Réservoir Baskatong8-10

Catalogue U.F.O. Québec 11-22

A propos de l'article de Jean Sider: Nouvelle Zélande: La vague de 1909 23
Link:
UFO Quebec No 15 3e trimestre (septembre)/1978 - Nouvelle Zélande: la vague de 1909 [Sider, Jean]

Marc LEDUCStatistiques partielles pour l'année 1974 24


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Vol. 1 N. 1 1979
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
CONTENTS
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Richard F. HAINESVOICE STRESS ANALYSIS IN UFO WITNESSES 1-7
Abstract: This paper provides evidence why UFO investigators and others should use caution in the use of specialized equipment which claims to analyse the amount of stress present in the human voice. Six technical limitations are documented: (1) poor inter-judge scoring reliability, (2) problems caused by different words used by the witness, (3) scoring problems caused by the quality of the tape recorder used, (4) scoring problems caused by the speed of the recording, (5) difficulties caused by the possibility that vocal responses may be subject to voluntary control, and (6) scoring problems related to the level of stress present and the witness stress response threshold. Such devices do have some merit when used with proper training and with an understanding of their technical limitations;some of these factors are also discussed.

Alvin H. LAWSONHYPNOSIS OF IMAGINARY UFO "ABDUCTEES" 8-26
Abstract: In an attempt to evaluate objectively the claims of UFO "abductees", imaginary abductions were induced hypnotically in a group of volunteers who had no signi ficant knowledge of UFOs. Eight situational questions comprising the major components of a typical abduction account were asked of each subject. Although the researchers expected major dissimilarities, an averaged comparison of data from four imaginary and four "real" abduction narratives showed no substantive differences. Also, extensive patterns echoing well-estab lished details from "real" UFO reports emerged from the "naive" subjects' im aginary sessions. There is as yet no satisfactory explanation for the patterns and other similarities between imaginary and "real" abductions. But more significantly, there are parallels between these patterns and the "image constants" or recur rent descriptions of form, color, and movement reported by subjects in drug- induced hallucination experiments, and in so-called "death narratives", among other mental processes. Thus there is reason to accept at least some parts of the "real" abductees1 stories as accurate reflections of what their sensory mec hanisms have reported. However, despite many similarities, there are crucial differences such as alleged physical effects and multiple witnesses which arguethat UFO abductions are separate and distinct from imaginary and hallucinatoryex periences. With these distinctions in mind, an abduction model is proposed- witnesses actually perceive images from whatever source such as bright and pulsating lights, lattice-textured forms moving randomly in the sky, lighted tunnels, humanoid figures, with data from the imagination, etc. memory, These abduction constants are combined nesses to create a "real" UFO encounter. and existing UFO data known by wit The subjective reality of the intense hallucinatory experience is a physically real event. Subsequently they may re port the "truth" as they have experienced it, although actual occurences remain unclear. el, The complexities of the UFO phenomenon are affirmed by the above mod since still unexplained are many puzzling matters, including the greatest mystery of all, the nature of the stimulus which initiated witness and so triggers the abduction sequence. the imagery in the The writer prefers a dualistic UFO hypothesis. But while there is a continuing absence of unambiguous physical evidence, this study concludes that UFOs are in psychological terms unquestionably real, and further that non-physical UFO research is promising

Paul J. LAVRAKAS, Dennis P. ROSENBAUMASSESSING BELIEF IN EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE: THE BEXTL SCALE 27-31
Abstract: With the advent of organized attempts to search for extraterrestrial life (e.g., SETI), it has become important to plumb the depths of the public's belief in its existence. The measurement of such a quantity is facilitated by the use of a scale developed by the authors: the Belief in Extraterrestrial Life (BEXTL) Scale. With the existence of this scale, it will now become easier to quantify and understand the social phenomenon of belief in the extraterrestrial hypothesis.

Joseph S, ACCETTAANGELS HAIR REVISITED 32-34
(Spanish/Catalan translation ufo press Año VI N. 15 Enero/1983 ANALISIS DE UNA MUESTRA DE "HILOS DE VIRGEN", pp. 21-23)
Abstract: Laboratory analysis of a sample of possible "angels hair" from a fall (Oct. 11, 1977) in the San Francisco, CA area is reported. widespread The samples analysed showed none of the volatility of that obtained in classicreports. ysisNonetheless, tentatively identifies the substance as airborne spider web. Anal variety of analyses performed is of importance should a "genuine" angels speciman connected with a UFO make From time to time a phenomeno- a hair its appearance.

Don C. DONDERITHE EFFECT OF CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS ATTITUDES ABOUT UFO EVIDENCE ON SCIENTIFIC ACCEPTANCE OF THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL HYPOTHESIS 35-40
Abstract: Current scientific attitudes toward UFO evidence are reviewed and contrasted with the growing interest in communicating with extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI). Conscious rejection of the extraterrestrial UFO hypothesis is attributed to the rigidity of current paradigms, Bayesian thinking with zero prior probability for the extraterrestrial hypothesis, and a low signal-to-noise ratio in the publicly available data. The interest in ETI, on the other hand, is partially attributed to unconscious acknowledgment of the UFO data and its extraterrestrial implications.

Donald A. JOHNSONA STRUCTURED APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF NON-PHYSICAL UFO EVIDENCE 41-48
Abstract: The lack of indisputable hard evidence of the UFO phenomenon is thought likely to continue and therefore, the author attempts to provide a realistic, orderly approach to the analysis of non-physical UFO data. Four levels of analysis are suggested and discussed: the studies of the witness, the phenomenon, the report, and the myth of UFOlogy. Possible research directions are suggested.

Robert G. NEELEY JNR1897: THE AIRSHIP IN ILLINOIS 49-69
Abstract: The author presents an in-depth analysis of the airship wave of 1897 in Illinois as derived from an exhaustive study of Illinois newspapers. Sightings were discovered to fall into one of three categories: the moving lights, the "description" sightings, and landing/occupant sightings. Each group was examined and encapsulated and possible identifications of some of the sightings are suggested. Several classic cases of the airship from the literature are examined

Bruce MACCABEESCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS: PART I 70-92

James A. HARDERARE THERE PATTERNS IN UFO ABDUCTION CASES ? 93-97
Abstract: The abduction experiences of 104 individual subjects are examined. Male/females statistics multiple participation, case publicity, family relationships, occupational and educational backgrounds are studied with the conclusions found that the abductees tend to be more highly educated and skilled, as well as psychologically stable than perhaps has been thought.

William C. McCALLWHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM THE EMOTIONAL REACTIONS OF UFO ABDUCTEES 98-100

Leo R. SPRINKLEWHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS OF UFO EXPERIENCES? 101-109
Abstract: The history of the author's involvement with UFOs is discussed. A research project of the author (the identification and psychological studies of persons who claim to experience psychic impressions of UFO phenomena) is described. The "reality" of and possible interpretations of abduction accounts received under hypnosis is commented upon.


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Informations recherches
No 21 -22 Juin-août 1980

Editor: Claude MAC DUFF
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937); Delorme, Louis-Michel
CONTENTS
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Claude MAC DUFFEditorial2

Enquêtes au Québec
Danis BOILY, Louis-Prudent LAPOINTE, Marc LEDUCMontreal, 20 janvier 19803-6
André PARENT, Marc LEDUCMontreal, 1 mars 1980, 23 H 458-10
Philippe BLAQUIÈRE, Marc LEDUCUne sorte de raie11-14

Dossier - Photo
Philippe BLAQUIÈRELac Loyer15-17
Don C. DONDERIAnalyse de diapositive et de pellicule
datant du 5 et 26 juillet 1975, et soumis à UFO-QUEBEC par M. T...
18-20
(Translated by Louis-Michel DELORME)

Recherches
Jean VEZINA, Marc LEDUCApplication de l'Orthoténie aux observations du Québec
III - L'analyse de données
21-23

Richard BASTIENRESEAU DE DETECTION OVNI 25


Image not availableAuthor: Roberto FARABONE (ed.)
Title: INTERNATIONAL UPIAR COLLOQUIUM ON HUMAN SCIENCES AND UFO PHENOMENA - Proceedings - Salzburg, July 26-29, 1982
Publisher: UPIAR, Milano
Serie: Upiar Monograph
Year: 1983
Pages: 173
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937); Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011); Farabone, Roberto (1944); Izzo, Francesco; Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Lawson, Alvin H. (1929 - 2010); Maugé, Claude (1946); Mulacz, Wilhelm Peter; Schönherr, Luis; Scott, Malcolm; Toselli, Paolo (1960)
CONTENTS
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Roberto FARABONEMonograph Presentation 1-2

Francesco IZZOThe Scandal is 0,7% 5-8

Roberto FARABONECarateristique du colloque 9-11

Alexander G. KEULWhat Could Be This? 15-20
Abstract: Probing the independent variable in UFO reports by projective personality tests and anamnesis. A short review of diagnostic methods able to uncover unconscious material of the UFO witness. The RORSCHACH inkblot technique - its possibilities and its limitations.

Paolo TOSELLIExamining the IFO Cases: the Human Factor 21-50
(French translation OVNI VERS UNE ANTHROPOLOGIE D'UN MYTHE CONTEMPORAIN Dimensions Humaines /1993 L'examen des cas d'objects volants identifiés (OVI): le facteur humain)
Abstract: In past years, all of the well known 'ufologists' realized that misperceptions or misinterpretations of aircrafts, weather balloons, meteors, twinkling stars and other man-made or natural events account for many initial UFO reports. Nevertheless, this acceptance of the IFO phenomenon - viz. the identified cases - doesn't exceed the simple remark of its existence. In fact, according to these persons, the reports that remain when these 'false sightings' have been eliminated an altogether different character. But some recent work has largely pointed out that the IFO and UFO event contain very similar (or the same?) 'patterns'. The fear and the emotions produced by both IFO and UFO events have tones of the same intensity, without any practical differentiation. The purpose of this paper is to provide information about the numerous problems associated with the physical, physiological, psychological and social processes involved in most IFO (and UFO) cases, and to suggest a probable interpretation of the conscious and subconscious events that lead the witness to read the same specific 'UFO model' into a IFO sighting. We have, moreover, tried to distinguish various kinds of IFO reports, by proposing three different 'transposition levels' that could replace the inadequate, though still used, generalization of 'misinterpretation' or 'misperception'. Without having to introduce the assumption of an 'altered state of consciousness' or other 'pathological' processes in the witness, we think that the IFO 'experience' is - even considering its repetitive and collective nature - a very common self developed, human process, principally generated by some basic psychological, psychophysical and social events with the co-operation of the folklore and the myth surrounding the whole UFO subject.

Don C. DONDERISignal Detection Theory As a Method for the Retrospective Evaluation of UFO Witnesses 53-63
Abstract: A sound general principle in psychology is that a psychological test should simulate closely the behavior it is intended to predict. We are trying to predict retrospectively the reliability of UFO witnesses. The witness reports are accounts of visual experiences. The problem is to decide whether these reports closely approximate real physical events, or whether they were generated independently of real physical events. The closest experimental model of the real situation is the signal detection experiment. Signal detection theory is a general formulation of the relationship between stimulus and the response which permits an observer's responses: hits, misses, false positives, and discriminability and response bias. Stimulus discriminability is a measure of the ease with which the stimulus can be detected. It reflects individual differences in sensitivity, as well as the physical detectability of the stimulus. Our interest is in the measure of response bias, defined as a tendency to respond positively in the absence of the stimulus. We wish to discount the reports of the observers who are susceptible to response bias, and credit more strongly the reports of observers who show relatively little response bias. A retrospective signal detection theory test which measures a witness' response bias under the pretext of studying the characteristics of the reported sighting, will be presented. The test requires minimum of apparatus and can be carried out quickly as a part of a witness interview.

Alvin H. LAWSONBirth Trauma Imagery in CE-III Narratives: A Testable Hypothesis for the Origin of Fallacious Abduction Reports 65-117
Abstract: The imagery and events in UFO abduction reports resemble those in several psychological processes, but they are especially similar to revivified birth trauma (BT) narratives. The incipience, universality, and idiosyncratic quality of BT events suggest a likely psychological (non-exotic) source for alleged abduction experiences. These qualities also help explain the many parallels and the minor differences in CE-III reports from witnesses in diverses as well as comparable cultures. The paper presents extensive abduction/BT parallels, taken from abductees' and revivification subjects' narratives. A prominent abduction case (Betty Andreasson's) is analyzed for BT imagery and events, and the study finds pervasive evidence for concluding that the Andreasson experience was essentially a BT revivification. The main points of the paper are: 1) BT data relate to a witness's perinatal history and psychology rather than to UFO events, and so their presence invalidates any CE-III narrative in part or whole; 2) BT elements therefore provide a criterion which can help determine false abduction reports from any that may reflect actual events; and 3) the BT hypothesis is testable through such means of researching abductees' birth histories as familiar interviews, scrutiny of narratives, and hypnotic regression. Multiple witness abductions cannot yet be dismissed, but probably relate to multiple hallucinations, while physical effects CE-IIIs remain ambiguous. Ufologists are urged to approach abduction cases not as exotic events but as genuine psychological phenomena, in order to make fundable CE-III studies more feasible.

Alexander G. KEULInside the Window 121-124
Abstract: A framework for the eighties. Instead of 'looking out of the window together with the (unknown) witness' several disciplines of the social and medical sciences are invited to study the psychosocial roots of the UFO report generation and reception. Focusing on the 'human factor' leads to interdisciplinary contacts with religion, the arts, mythology, psychoanalysis, mass media research, politology, parapsychology, psychopathology and neurology.

Hilary EVANSAbducted by an Archetype 127-139
Abstract: Accounts of alleged abductions by UFOs are generally unsubstantiated by objective evidence, unconfirmed by supporting witnesses and based on purely subjective testimony. It is therefore logical to start by supposing them to be mental rather than physical experiences, and indeed cases exist where this is known to be the case. One feature alone speaks in favour of the physical reality of such accounts - their consistency one with another, which obtains not only in broad outline, but in specific detail. Can this consistency be taken as evidence for the veridical nature of the experience, or are there explanations in psychological and sociocultural terms? Some findings are relevant: (1) The De Herrera/Lawson experiments show that similar accounts can be obtained from subjects who not only do not claim UFO abduction experiences, but deny interest in or detailed knowledge of the UFO phenomenon: these fictitious encounters mimic the 'true' accounts in remarkable detail. (2) Meheust's study of parallels between abduction experiences and science fiction indicates the prevalence of such accounts pre-dating the current UFO era, thus lending support to a cultural, almost folk-lore explanation. (3) Monnerie and Hendry, independently, have demonstrated the ability of sincere witnesses to fabricate 'alien' sightings from what are known to be natural or made-man stimuli. Taken together, these findings suggest that percipients are able to draw some common source of UFO-imagery, an image-bank perhaps to be compared with Jung's archetypes, from whose material they fabricate imagined experiences, motivated by private or social forces. The mental process may be that noted in divided- personality cases by Prince and others. A model is therefore proposed which supposes that the percipient, having lapsed or been induced into an altered state of consciousness, has fed into his conscious mind the illusion of undergoing a UFO experience, fabricated by his own unconscious from a combination of subjectively derived and archetypal material. While such a model does not rule out the possibility of some abduction cases being genuine, it offers a plausible explanation for those which are known or suspected to be false, but which none the less display disconcertingly vivid and detailed correspondences with other cases.

Alexander G. KEULFive Selected Cases 141-145
Abstract: Typical case histories from the 1980/81 Austrian and English cross-cultural UFO witness projects. Tape passages, diaslides and psychological test details illustrate positive and negative reporter profiles.

Luis SCHÖNHERRPosition Statement 149

Wilhelm Peter MULACZParapsychology and Ufology 151-152

Malcolm SCOTTUFOs, the Paranormal and Personality - An Interim Assessment 153-156

Claude MAUGÉLa psychiatrie face au phénomène OVNI [French] 157-168

Roberto FARABONEThe UPIAR Concept 171-173


Image not available Journal of UFO Studies

New Series Vol. 1 1989
The J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies

Editor: Michael D. SWORDS
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Michael D. SWORDSEditorial1-2

Thomas E. BULLARDHypnosis and UFO abductions: A troubled relationship 3-40

Erol A. FARUKThe Delphos case: Soil analysis and appraisal of a CE-2 report 41-65

Michael D. SWORDSScience and the extraterrestrial hypothesis in ufology 67-102

Issues Forum: UFO Abductions103

Issues Forum: UFO Abductions
Round One
Robert A. BAKERQ: Are UFO abduction experiences for real? A:No, no, a thousand times no!104-110
Peter M. ROJCEWICZSignals of transcendence: the human-UFO equation111-126
Stuart APPELLEReflections on the reports of being abducted by UFOs127-132
Hilary EVANSAbductions: a position statement133-134
Jean MUNDYA psychological study of subjects who report contact with intelligent alien beings135-136
Michael D. SWORDSAbductions: questions in the data137-138

Issues Forum: UFO Abductions
Round Two
Stuart APPELLEReactions to the abductions forum contributors139-141
Robert A. BAKERComments on the UFO abduction papers142-145
D. C. DONDERIComments on the UFO abduction debate146-148
D. C. DONDERIMore thoughts on abductions149-152
Jean MUNDYThe psychological problem of proving that UFOs exist153-156
Peter M. ROJCEWICZRound two response157-158
Michael D. SWORDSAbductions: looking back,looking ahead159-161

Issues Forum: UFO Abductions
Michael D. SWORDSIssues Forum Summary162
Richard F. HAINESA "Three stage technique" (TST) to help reduce biasing effects during hypnotic regression163-167

Book Reviews
Mark RODEGHIERUFOs 1947-1987: The 40-year search for an explanation169-172
Review: Hilary EVANS, John SPENCER (eds.),UFOs 1947-1987: THE 40 YEAR SEARCH FOR AN EXPLANATION - 1987
Ron WESTRUMThe spectrum of UFO research172-174
Review: Mimi HYNEK (ed.),THE SPECTRUM OF UFO RESEARCH - The Proceedings of the Second CUFOS Conference, September 25-27, 1981, Chigaco, Hillinois - 1988


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Volume 18 number 1 January/February 1993

Editor: Jerome CLARK
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Jerome CLARKUp in the air3+22-23

Walter N. WEBBAllen Hynek as I knew him 4-10+23

Chris RUTKOWSKIWill the circles be broken? 11-12+23

Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOSThe Spanish Air Force UFO files 13-14

Budd HOPKINSA letter to Carl Sagan 15+24

Kevin RANDLEDon't brother me with the facts... 16-17+24

D. C. DONDERIThe small picture 18+24

Letters
Memories of Gray Barker19
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 17 number 6 November/December /1992 - Tales From the Barker Zone [Swords, Michael D.]
Gerald Anderson retracted, more or less19-20
More on testimony and memory20
Correction20-21
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 17 number 4 July/August /1992 - Abductees: Imagined or imaginal? [Gotlib, David A.]
Gulf Breeze lights still unexplained21-22


Image not available International UFO Reporter

Volume 21 number 1 Spring 1996

Editor: Jerome CLARK
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Classic Cases from the CUFOS Archives
Jerome CLARKThe pancakes of Eagle River3-8+27
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 21 number 2 Summer/1996 - The Eagle River CE3
International UFO Reporter Volume 21 number 4 Winter/1996 - From Wisconsin to Africa

Kevin RANDLEThe MJ-12 Operations Manual: Another forgery? 9-10
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 21 number 2 Summer/1996 - Origins of the MJ-12 Manual
International UFO Reporter Volume 22 number 1 Spring/1997 - MJ-23 Manual

Richard W. HEIDENThe Word "Ufology" 11-12

David BORASVideo Review 12+28

Don C. DONDERIThe scientific context of the UFO/abduction phenomenon 13-21

Bruce MACCABEEThe White Sands films 22-25
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 21 number 1 Spring/1996 - White Sands UFOs

Book Review
Richard F. HAINESVicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS, EXPEDIENTES INSÓLITOS 25-26
Review: Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS,EXPEDIENTES INSÓLITOS - 1995

David BORASUFO nearly collides with British airliner 26-27

Letters
No Problem28
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 20 number 5 Winter/1995 - The 4602d Air Intelligence Service Squadron and UFOs [Skow, Brian & Endres, Terry]
White Sands UFOs28
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 21 number 1 Spring/1996 - The White Sands films [Maccabee, Bruce]
International UFO Reporter Volume 21 number 2 Summer/1996 - Ants and Elephants


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Volume 34 number 1 September 2011

Editor: Jerome CLARK, George M EBERHART (artin), Mark RODEGHIER
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937); Rodeghier, Mark (1953)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Michael D. SWORDSCan UFOs cause physiological effects?
Part 2
3-6

Classic Belgian photo fake? 6

Chris RUTKOWSKIThe cold, hard facts about UFO in Canada 7-10+22-23

Jerome CLARKRemembering Budd Hopkins 11-12

Mark RODEGHIER, Don C. DONDERIStuart Appelle 12-13+23

Herbert S. TAYLORAn update on vehicle interference reports
Part 2
14-21

Argentina creates UFO commision 21

George M. EBERHARTBob Girard 23


Image not availableAuthor: Barbra MAHER (ed.)
Title: MUFON 2013 International UFO Symposium Proceedings
Science, UFOs and the Search for ET - Las Vegas, NV July 18-21, 2013
Publisher: Mutual UFO Network, Cincinnati, Ohio
Serie: MUFON UFO SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
Year: 2013
Name: Donderi, Don C. (1937); Davis, Eric W.; Greer, Steven Macon; Harris, Paola (1945); Harrison, Albert A.; Jacobs, David Michael (1942); Luoange, Frances; Maher, Barbra; Peters, Ted; Powell, Robert; Westrum, Ronald M. (1945); Ziegelmeyer, Debbie
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Frances LUOANGEGEIPAN Insights and UFO Photo Analysis 21-55

Ted PETERSScience, SETI and UFOlogy 55-80

Albert A. HARRISONTruth and Consequences: Disclosure, Denial and Extraterrestrial Life 81-98

Robert POWELLThe Stephenville, Texas Incident: Multiple Visual Sightings Supported by Radar 99-103

Ron WESTRUMScience and Hidden Events 104-117

Steven GREER“Disclosure: Newest Evidence about the Atacama Humanoid” 118-126

David JACOBS“Science, UFOs and the Search for ET Hybrids” 127-142

Don DONDERIThe UFO and Abduction Evidence Should Reorient Science and Change Public Policy 143-158

Paola HARRISCrash at Ground Zero: Re-Examining the 1945 San Antonio UFO Crash 159-193

Eric W. DAVIS“Faster-Than-Light Space Warps & Interstellar Flight: What’s It All About?” 194-213

Debbie ZIEGELMEYERMissouri’s “UFO Flap” and The Environment – Is there a relationship between the two? 214-227