Noncorporeal continuation refers to the view that some form of life continues after the death of the physical body.

Some people believe in the existence of an afterlife or a nonphysical realm where consciousness or the soul may continue to exist after death. However, this concept is not supported by scientific evidence and remains a matter of personal belief or faith for many people.

But "Noncorporeal continuation" is not a well-known or established term in psychology. It does not appear to have a commonly accepted definition or usage within the field.

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