Journal of Parapsychology

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The Journal of Parapsychology is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering research on paranormal phenomena, including extrasensory perception, specifically telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and psychokinesis, as well as human consciousness.

It was established in April 1937 by Joseph Banks Rhine (Duke University).[1] It is published by the Rhine Research Center and the current editor-in-chief is John A. Palmer (Rhine Research Center). The journal is abstracted and indexed in PsychINFO.[2] It publishes research reports, theoretical discussions, book reviews, and correspondence, as well as the abstracts of papers presented at the Parapsychological Association's annual meeting.[3]

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  1. ^ Durden, Robert Franklin (1993). The launching of Duke University, 1924-1949. Duke University Press. ISBN 0822313022. 
  2. ^ PsychINFO Journal Coverage, American Psychological Association, retrieved 2013-10-11 
  3. ^ "Journal of Parapsychology". Rhine Research Center. Retrieved 2014-04-11. 

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