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Everyone in the field of mental retardation, and for that matter every student and teacher of psychology, should read this smart, informative, fascinating little book.
—American Journal on Mental Retardation
This book should go a long way to remove some of the fraud from areas that border on popular psychology. It is highly recommended to those concerned with that area as well as those who are interested in covert behavior and electromyography.
—International Journal of Stress Management
Nonconscious Movements is a welcome contribution to the psychology underlying the processes of all manner of so-called spiritually facilitated or metaphysically enhanced communications.
—Midwest Book Review
This is an intriguing and important masterpiece, a-once-in-a-decade accomplishment that has the intellectual integrity and carefully reasoned potency to cut through the sorry thicket of rampant scientific hucksterism and sorcery that preys on families and contaminates society, and whose practitioners, whether charlatans or true believers, engorge at the public and political trough.
—Alfred A. Baumeister, Ph.D.