I know you did not write it. That's why I included: Freeman, W. (2004) in the post, but you have access to that. I don't, so I cannot look into it, that's why I asked you. Answer me in a pm.
It's surprising I can function at all with how badly I interpret you Claudio. Ok, I'll look into it, but maybe Martin or krimson would be better off doing so and synopsising[sic] you as my meaning may be as scrambled to you as yours is to me. I'll have to go retrieve it (Freeman, 2004) again because I didn't save a copy, and if it is printed it is temporarily lost in my piles of printed articles.
PS: Here are some more that happened to be in a row.
Leder, D. (2005). Spooky actions at a distance: physics, psi, and distant healing. Journal
of Alternative & Complementary Medicine, 11(5), 923-930. Retrieved September
9, 2008, from CINAHL Plus with Full Text database.
Leddy, S. (2003). A unitary energy-based nursing practice theory: theory and application
[corrected] [published erratum appears in VISIONS 2004;12(1):7]. Visions: The
Journal of Rogerian Nursing Science, 11(1), 21-28. Retrieved September 7, 2008,
from CINAHL Plus with Full Text database. NOT PRINTED
Levin, M. (2003). Review of Physics of the soul: The quantum book of living, dying,
reincarnation, and immortality. Journal of the American Society for Psychical
Research, 97(1), 80-87. Retrieved December 28, 2008, from PsycINFO database.
Levine, J. (2008). SECONDARY QUALITIES: WHERE CONSCIOUSNESS AND
INTENTIONALITY MEET. Monist, 91(2), 215-236. Retrieved October 31, 2008,
from Academic Search Premier database.Okay, here is one that I actually opened (my copy of) again and found interesting (for what that is worth) as it shows belief systems (BS) in action as well as bringing the term "nonphysical" into play.
Lynch, M., & Glasgow, J. (2003). The Impossibility of Superdupervenience.
Philosophical Studies, 113(3), 201-221. Retrieved February 8, 2009, from
Academic Search Premier database.