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. 64, No. 1, March

A Study of Nonintentional Psi in a Reciprocal Helping Task: Testing Pmir
JOHN RAVENSCROFT [1] ABSTRACT: We tested a theoretical model and attempted a conceptual replication of a previous study suggesting that people may nonintentionally use psi to help others avoid unpleasant outcomes and instead experience pleasant...
Correspondence
To the Editor: Peter Mulacz (1999) is to be congratulated for his excellent summary of his research on the Eleonore Zugun case, and, particularly, for reminding us of the value of historical cases (and published and archival materials in general)...
Does Precognition Foresee the Future? a Postal Experiment to Assess the Possibility of True Precognition
FIONA STEINKAMP [1] ABSTRACT: There has been a long-standing controversy in parapsychology as to whether true precognition is possible. A number of people have argued that what appears to be precognitively gained information could be due to real-time...
Luck in Action? Belief in Good Luck, Psi-Mediated Instrumental Response, and Games of Chance
MARLEEN NAGTEGAAL [1] ABSTRACT: Sixty individuals took part in a study designed to explore connections between belief in good luck (BIGL), performance on a laboratory PMIR (nonintentional psi) task, and expectations of success and actual performance...
Psi as a Multilevel Process: Semantic Fields Theory
ABSTRACT: Neural nets and chaos theory are powerful new frameworks which enable researchers to truly address complexity and to model the mind in terms of dynamical processes and evolving systems. Semantic Fields theory views the mind as a lattice of...
The Pk Zone: A Phenomenological Study [1]
ABSTRACT: There has been a recent increase in qualitative research to help uncover process oriented aspects of performing psi. Informal reports (Isaacs, 1992; Stanford, 1977/1986) and descriptive analyses (Gissurarson, 1997) have revealed a number...
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