Journal of Parapsychology
The Journal of Parapsychology is a semi-annual peer-reviewed publication "devoted primarily to the original publication of experimental results and other research findings in extrasensory perception and psychokinesis." It also contains reviews of "literature relevant to parapsychology, criticisms of published work, theoretical and philosophical discussions, and new methods of mathematical analysis."
It was founded by Joseph Banks Rhine at Duke University, which began publishing the journal in April, 1937. It continues to be published by the Rhine Research Center and is fully indexed in PsychINFO.
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