Basic Research in Parapsychology, 2d ed.
This expanded and revised text includes thirteen experimental reports (five new to this edition) and seven review articles involving meta-analysis and the assessment of evidence in specific areas of psi research. The author provides a representative sample of the extensive literature in the controversial field of parapsychology and presents a few basic experiments illustrating various procedures and broadly reflecting the major trends of psi research. Possible experimental procedures, cumulative evidence showing the replicability of individual experiments, and promising areas of psi research are also discussed. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
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2 A Review of the PearcePratt Distance Series of ESP Tests JB Rhine and JG Pratt
3 PK Tests with a HighSpeed Random Number Generator Helmut Schmidt
A Review of a 12Year Program RG Jahn BJ Dunne RD Nelson YH Dobyns and GJ Bradish
Replication in Random Event Generator Experiments Roger D Nelson and Dean I Radin
6 Transcontinental Remote Viewing Marilyn Schlitz and Elmar Gruber
7 An Assessment of the Evidence for Psychic Functioning Jessica Utts
A MetaAnalysis and a New Confirmation Charles Honorton Diane C Ferrari and Daryl J Bem
13 Comments on the ExtraversionESP MetaAnalysis by Honorton Ferrari and Bem John Palmer and James C Carpenter
14 Further Studies of Relaxation as a PsiConducive State Lendell W Braud and William G Braud
15 ESP Card Tests of College Students with and without Hypnosis Jarl Fahler and Remi J Cadoret
Illustrating an Approach to the Evaluation of Replicability in Parapsychological Data Ephraim I Schechter
17 Yogic Meditation and Psi Scoring in ForcedChoice and FreeResponse Tests K Ramakrishna Rao Hamlyn Dukhan and PV Krishna Rao
A Response to Hyman Charles Honorton
19 Does Psi Exist? Replicable Evidence for an Anomalous Process of Information Transfer Daryl J Bem and Charles Honorton
Report of a Confirmatory Study Using the REM Monitoring Technique Montague Ullman and Stanley Krippner
The Question of ESP in Dreams Irvin I Child
10 Experimenter Effects and the Remote Detection of Staring Richard Wiseman and Marilyn Schlitz
III Extraversion and ESP BK Kanthamani and K Ramakrishna Rao
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