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. 63, No. 4, December

Obliquity, Obliqueness, and the Factor Structure of the PBS
To the Editor: Lawrence and his collaborators are free to investigate how well the Paranormal Belief Scale (PBS) subscale structure is accounted for by any factor model that they select--including an Orthogonal Seven Factor Model. However, neither...
Should Ganzfeld Research Continue to Be Crucial in the Search for a Replicable Psi Effect? Part I. Discussion Paper and Introductionto an Electronic-Mail Discussion
ABSTRACT: A group of recent, well-controlled ganzfeld studies failed to replicate the positive findings of earlier work (Milton & Wiseman, 1999a). This presents a challenge to claims that a ganzfeld psi effect can be replicated across experimenters...
Should Ganzfeld Research Continue to Be Crucial in the Search for a Replicable Psi Effect? Part Ii. Edited Ganzfeld Debate
Participants invited to join the three-week debate that was introduced in Part I (Milton, 1999) contributed 90 messages. These messages came to H. E. already numbered, so that he did not know the authors. H. E. first read the messages for courtesy....
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