Chauvin, Rémy (1913– )
Director of the Experimental Ethology Laboratory at Bures
sur Yvette, France, and noted behaviorist and entomologist.
Chauvin was born October 10, 1913, in Toulon, France, and
earned a doctorate in 1941 from the Sorbonne. He became the
research director of the French Agronomical Research Institute
in 1946; two years later he was appointed director of the Experimental
Ethology Laboratory. In 1954 he assumed duties as
coeditor of the Journal of Insect Physiology. He was named a laureate
of the French Academy of Science.
Chauvin wrote on a wide variety of parapsychological subjects
but was especially interested in ESP in relation to animals.
He wrote many articles that were published under a pseudonym.
Sources
Berger, Arthur S., and Joyce Berger. The Encyclopedia of
Parapsychology and Psychical Research. New York Paragon
House, 1991.
Duvall, Piere [Rémy Chauvin], and E. Montredon [Jean
Mayer]. ‘‘A PK Experiment with Mice.’’ Journal of Papapsychology
32 (1968) 153.
———. ‘‘Further Psi Experiments with Mice.’’ Journal of
Parapsychology 32 (1968) 260.