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The following is a selected list of downloadable peer-reviewed journal articles on psi (psychic) phenomena, most published in the 21st century. There are also some important papers of historical interest and other resources. A comprehensive list would run into thousands of articles. Click on the title of an article to download it.
The international professional organization for scientists and scholars interested in psi phenomena is the Parapsychological Association, an elected affiliate (since 1969) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the largest general scientific organization in the world.
Commonly heard critiques about psi, such as “these phenomena are impossible,” or “there’s no valid scientific evidence,” or “the results are all due to fraud,” have been soundly rejected for many decades. Legitimate debates today are based on discussions of empirical evidence and interpretation of the evidence. Most active researchers are focusing on development of adequate theoretical explanations, advancements in methodology, the “source” of psi, and issues about effect size heterogeneity and robustness of replication.
This page is maintained by Dean Radin. Updated August 14, 2015.
Healing at a Distance.
Physiological correlations at a distance.
Telepathy & ESP
General Overviews & Critiques
Survival of Consciousness
Precognition & Presentiment
Some recommended books (click to see book details at Amazon.com)
Websites with access to more articlesDaryl Bem: Click hereBrian Josephson: Click hereEdwin May: Click hereStephan Schwartz, Click hereRupert Sheldrake: Click hereJames Spottiswoode: Click hereCharles Tart: Click hereRussell Targ: Click herePatrizio Tressoldi: Click hereJessica Utts: Click hereRichard Wiseman: Click hereJournal of Scientific Exploration: Click hereDivision of Perceptual Studies, University of Virginia: Click here
VideosRadin (2008), Science and the taboo of psi (Google TechTalk)Sheldrake (2008) The extended mind (Google Tech Talk)… more to be added …