Journal of Parapsychology
Quarterly journal published since 1937 and edited for many
years by Louisa E. Rhine (1891–1983) and Dorothy H. Pope.
It is a scholarly publication ‘‘devoted primarily to the original
publication of experimental results and other research findings
in extrasensory perception and psychokinesis.’’ In addition, articles
presenting reviews of ‘‘literature relevant to parapsychology,
criticisms of published work, theoretical and philosophical
discussions, and new methods of mathematical analysis’’ are included
in its scope. The journal has been the major organ of
academic parapsychology since its founding. It is published by
the Parapsychology Press, Rhine Research Center, 402 N. Buchanan
Blvd., Durham, NC 27701.

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