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. 62, No. 4, December

Experiment One of the SAIC Remote Viewing Program: A Critical Re-Evaluation
For over 20 years, the US government has funded experiments that examine the possible existence of "remote viewing," the ability to psychically acquire information from a distant location. During the early 1970s, this work was carried out at the Stanford...
Further Variables Relating to Psi in the Ganzfeld
The ganzfeld is promising as a methodology not just because of its replication track record but because it incorporates many of the aspects of real-life phenomena, such as the receiver being in an altered state and the sender being stimulated by an...
Notes on Random Target Selection: The PRL Autoganzfeld Target and Target Set Revisited
Skeptics and parapsychologists alike stress that target selection in parapsychological experiments must be random. Weak randomization procedures are generally counted as a major negative quality point in meta-analyses that include the relationship...
Obituary: Carroll Blue Nash
Carroll Blue Nash, one of parapsychology's elder statesmen, passed away on May 30, 1998, at the age of 84. He died at Palomar Hospital in Escondido, California, from complications resulting from surgery on a crushed right femur. Carroll was born...
Response to "Experiment One of the SAIC Remote Viewing Program: A Critical Re-Evaluation."
In 1992 and 1993, Lantz, Luke, and May (1994) conducted two experiments that eventually led to two publications (May et al., 1994a and May et al., 1994b). The first experiment was designed to assess the effect of two conditions: the presence of a sender...
Sleepwalking and Spontaneous Parapsychological Experiences: A Research Note
There is a long tradition of the association between dissociative experiences and parapsychological experiences (e.g., Alvarado, 1998; Gauld, 1992). Recently, this association has been strengthened through studies linking psi experiences with scores...
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