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. 57, No. 1, March

Charles Honorton: A Savant of His Own Kind
Charles Honorton, "Chuck" to many of us, was a man of many talents. He was a natural leader, an outstanding researcher, a gifted experimenter, and an excellent communicator. To lead came naturally to him. He organized research even while he was in...
Ganzfeld and RNG Research
I arrived at Maimonides in 1974 as a kind of tourist, prodded by a friend who was patiently trying to overcome my skepticism--and ignorance--about parapsychology. Indeed, I was converted, largely because of Honorton's work; but for several years I...
Honorton the Meta-Analyst
For anyone who has followed the history of parapsychology, there can be no doubt that the use of meta-analysis is an important part of that history. One of the principal arguments of the critics concerned the apparent lack of repeatable experiments....
Psychological Research Laboratories
Charles (Chuck) Honorton and the late James S. McDonnell, CEO of McDonnell-Douglas Corporation, established Psychophysical Research Laboratories (PRL) in 1979. The laboratory in Princeton, NJ, opened in the fall of 1979 and closed ten years later in...
The Early Parapsychological Contributions
Charles ("Chuck") Honorton, the parapsychologist, was born in 1946 in Deer River, Minnesota. Did he begin his research career in utero, as the speed of his development suggests? Perhaps the floaty, altered state of consciousness there helped develop...
The Last Days in Edinburgh
To understand Chuck Honorton's circumstances at Edinburgh, we should go back a few years. Chuck and I first met in 1964 at the Summer Study Program of the Parapsychology Laboratory, located then in the West Duke Building of the east Duke campus. Those...
The Maimonides ESP-Dream Studies
I remember September 25, 1967, as if it were yesterday. Charles Honorton telephoned me from Durham, North Carolina, telling me that he had decided to accept Montague Ullman's offer of a research position at our Dream Laboratory at Maimonides Medical...
To Boldly Go: An Appreciation of Charles Honorton
It is not possible to describe Chuck Honorton meaningfully without also commenting on his work, but this will be primarily a subjective narrative. Chuck was a sufficiently complex person that it is unlikely any one individual can claim to offer a definitive...
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