European Journal of Parapsychology
The European Journal of Parapsychology (EJP) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal for research - particularly theoretical and theory-driven empirical work - relating to the field of parapsychology (defined as the study of communication or interaction between organisms and their environment that do not appear to rely on the established sensorimotor channels). The EJP’s aim is to stimulate and enhance activity in parapsychology, particularly in Europe, by publishing Articles, Research Notes, Reviews and Comments that offer insight into or criticisms of parapsychological research. The EJP also publishes peer-reviewed Student Research Briefs.
Journal of parapsychologie
Cette revue est éditée par le Rhine institute
The JP was established in 1937 by J. B. Rhine to share experimental parapsychological research findings with the scientific community. The JP is a benefit of the Professional level of membership in the Rhine Research Center. Prior to 2003, it was published quarterly ; the issues are now combined, and it is published twice a year.
Journal of Scientifique Exploration
The international Journal of Scientific Exploration was established in 1987 to provide a professional forum for the presentation, scrutiny and criticism of scientific research on topics outside the established disciplines of mainstream science. JSE is the official research journal of the Society for Scientific Exporation (founded in 1982).
Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research
A quarterly scientific journal providing scholarly reports, research findings, discussions of implications and applications of psychic functioning, and book reviews. This is one of the core journals in the field.
Journal of the Society for Psychical Research
Le journal de la SPR, l’un des premiers organismes de parapsychologie
The Journal of the Society for Psychical Research (JSPR) has been published continuously since 1884, promoting the Society’s aim of examining "without prejudice or prepossession and in a scientific spirit those faculties of man, real or supposed, which appear to be inexplicable on any generally recognised hypothesis." The Journal’s contents reflect the wide range of our contributors’ specialisms and interests and include reports of current laboratory and fieldwork research, as well as theoretical, methodological and historical papers with a bearing on the field of parapsychology. There are also regular book reviews and correspondence sections. Contributions are welcome from both members and non-members of the Society. All papers submitted to the Journal are strictly peer-reviewed, and any opinions expressed are those of the authors alone. Guidelines for potential authors are published on the inside back page of each JSPR issue, or can be obtained from the SPR Office.
PA Convention Proceedings
Parapsychology Foundation Review
The International Journal of Parapsychology, ISSN 0553-206X, is published each year in two issues of over 200 pages each. The IJP relaunched after a 32-year hiatus with Volume XI, Number 1, 2000. Each issue contains a mix of articles, case reports, classic updates, book reviews, regular features on film in parapsychology, CD-Roms, websites and games, and beginning with Volume XII, Number 1, 2001, highlights from the extensive holdings of the Parapsychology Foundation’s Eileen J. Garrett Library. News, information, occasional bibliographies, reviews of the contents of non-English language journals and more are also included. Authors of articles and features published in the IJP are drawn from the ranks of academic and scientific parapsychologists, field investigators, authors, faculty members and researchers in other disciplines, and experiencers, all from a variety of countries around the globe.