Erlendur Haraldsson is a Professor emeritus of psychology at the Faculty of social science at the University of Iceland who, despite having retired from his former post at the University of Iceland, continues to be an active academic. He has published work in various psychological and parapsychological journals, and done work with Ian Stevenson on reincarnation research and Karlis Osis on deathbed visions. As well as doing work in Iceland, Haraldsson worked in the United States and at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health in Freiburg, Germany. While in the United States, he worked with J.B. Rhine. James Matlock received his Ph.D. in Anthropology from the Southern Ilinois University in Carbondale in 2002. His 1993 M.A. thesis from Hunter College in New York City was a cross-cultural study of reincarnation beliefs in relation to social practices. He has been engaged in reincarantion research since the 1980s and has published on reincarnation experiences and beliefs in both parapsychology and anthropology. He teaches an inter-disciplinary online course, Signs of Reincarnation. For more information on his background, publications, research interests, and online course, see his website, http: //www.jamesgmatlock.net.