The Journal of Parapsychology

A semiannual journal of experimental research results in the field of parapsychology. Published by the Rhine Research Center in Durham, NC.

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 2, June

Are False Memories Psi-Conducive?
SUSAN BLACKMORE [1] ABSTRACT: S. J. Blackmore and N.J. Rose (1997) reported an experiment that used false memory creation to generate a significant psi effect. This article reports a series of 3 experiments that attempted to replicate this effect...
Obituary: Alan Vaughan: 1936-2001
Alan Vaughan, Ph.D., 64, died at peace in his Santa Monica, California, home Sunday, April 8, at 7:15 a.m., after a long illness. Vaughan was an unusual man, known for both his intellect and his intuitive abilities. He openly celebrated the part of...
Studies of the I Ching: I. a Replication
MICHAEL A. THALBOURNE [1] ABSTRACT: L. Storm and M. A. Thalbourne (1998-1999) carried out an experiment (N = 93) with the Chinese book of divination, the I Ching (J. Blofeld, 1968), which contains 64 hexagrams (6-line structures) and associated...
The Anticipation of Telephone Calls: A Survey in California
RUPERT SHELDRAKE [1] ABSTRACT: A sample of 200 randomly selected people was surveyed in Santa Cruz County, California, to investigate the frequency and nature of anticipations of telephone calls. Of those surveyed, 78% said that they have had the...
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