‘The Journal of Parapsychology’ was established in 1937 as a scientific forum for original research in parapsychology. During its 63-year history it evolved into the most respected source in the field with particular appeal to the academic community.
All material undergoes rigorous assessment prior to publication. Supplemental material and research assessments are included with each report.
Recent abstracts include: ‘Testing Clairvoyance and Precognition by Manipulating Probabilities: A Conceptual Assessment of the Experimental Literature’, ‘Synchronicity, Causality, and Acausality’, ‘The PRL Autoganzfeld Revisited: Refuting the Sound Leakage Hypothesis’, and ‘PK Tests with Repeated Efforts on Prerecorded Targets’.