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. 56, No. 4, December

A Response to George Hansen's Critique: Some Supplementary Notes on the Research with B.D
In the preceding article in this number of the Journal, E. F. Kelly (1992) specifically addresses Hansen's alleged "flaws" in our work with B.D. Therefore, I will not discuss them in detail here. My own response is intended to furnish some supplementary...
Contra George Hansen's Flawed Critique of the Work with B.D
George Hansen has alluded on several previous occasions (e.g., 1988, 1990) to supposed weaknesses in our work with B.D. More recently (1991, 1992), however, this has become for the first time a full-scale attack, one which Hansen apparently believes...
PK in a Competitive Computer Game: A Replication
In an earlier paper in this Journal (Broughton & Perlstrom, 1986), we reported two PK experiments that were in the form of a competitive game of chance. We used the game format to take advantage of the motivation potential inherent in that approach...
Response to Hansen: Background, Corrections, and Amplifications
Hansen graciously says kind things about me, and I thank him for them. He then accuses me of a series of errors. It is odd to reread his well-written paragraphs. Two years ago, after he mailed me a copy of the same accusations, I wrote him a long letter...
The Research with B.D.: A Reply to George Hansen
I have never met Bill Delmore and have never attended any tests in which he took part. The confidence I expressed in his case was based mainly on my high regard for those who tested him. If today I would be less confident, this would be due, not so much...
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