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Dr. Lilly was best known for his work with dolphins and interspecies communication, his development of the isolation tank, and his research into altered states of consciousness.

The Association for Cultural Evolution was founded on his legacy and principles

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Lilly, J.C. (1977) The Deep Self, New York: Simon & Schuster.

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  • Lilly, J.C. (1956) Mental effects of reduction of ordinary levels of physical stimuli on intact healthy persons, Psychiatric Research Reports 5: 1-9.
  • Lilly, J.C. (1962) Vocal behaviour of the bottlenosed dolphin, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 106: 520-9.
  • Lilly, J.C. (1965) Vocal mimicry in tursiops: ability to match numbers and durations of human vocal bursts, Science 147: 300-1.

External linksEdit

The Association for Cultural Evolution website

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