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. 3, September

A Meta-Analysis of Forced-Choice Experiments Comparing Clairvoyance and Precognition
Parapsychologists have long been interested in the question of whether clairvoyance and precognition are really different phenomena (e.g., Morris, 1982). It has been suggested that apparent precognition might actually consist of a person sampling the...
Comments on the Extraversion-ESP Meta-Analysis by Honorton, Ferrari, and Bem
Among the most important contributions made by the late Charles Honorton were meta-analyses involving psi effects that had been studied in a sufficiently large numbers of experiments to merit such treatment (Honorton, 1985; Honorton & Ferrari,...
Extraversion and ESP Performance: A Meta-Analysis and a New Confirmation
Editor's Note: This paper was presented originally at the 1990 convention of the Parapsychological Association. Ferrari and Bem gave permission to publish the paper in the Journal. Honorton is deceased. The relationship between ESP performance and...
Five Experiments on Telepathic Communications of Emotions
In parapsychology, the term psi refers to hypothetical psychological phenomena that cannot be explained in terms of any known natural law. A major class of such phenomena involve extrasensory perception (ESP): reception of information about something...
In Memory of Thomas Greville
Dr. Thomas N. E. Greville passed away on February, 16, 1998, in Charlottesville, Virginia. Although he had been suffering from Parkinson's disease, the immediate cause of death was pneumonia. He was 87 years old. He is survived by his wife, Florence,...
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