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CSI's mission statement is to "encourage the critical investigation of paranormal and fringe-science claims from a responsible, scientific point of view and disseminate factual information about the results of such inquiries to the scientific community and the public." Skeptical Inquirer is an international magazine, but is not a formal scientific journal.
For the thirtieth anniversary of the Skeptical Inquirer in 2006, CSICOP founder Paul Kurtz listed four long-standing policies:
If an article criticizes a proponent of a paranormal claim, he or she is always given an opportunity to respond.
On October 9, 2010 the board announced the following members who also serve on the magazine's board: James Alcock, Kendrick Frazier, Ray Hyman, Scott O. Lilienfeld, Amardeo Sarma, Eugenie C. Scott, David E. Thomas, Leonard Tramiel, and Benjamin Wolozin. (This list was expanded over subsequent months, adding Elizabeth Loftus and Karen Stollznow).
- Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (formerly Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal)
- Skeptic (U.S. magazine)
- The Skeptic (UK magazine)
- The Freethinker (journal)
- Scientific skepticism
- Critical thinking
- The Skeptic's Dictionary
- The Straight Dope
- "The bull fighter". City Newspaper (Rochester, NY). 2002-09-18. Retrieved 2008-04-16.
- Frazier, Kendrick (May–June 2009). "It's What We Do". Skeptical Inquirer: 4.
- Paul Kurtz (September 2006). "Science and the Public: Summing Up Thirty Years of the Skeptical Inquirer". Skeptical Inquirer 30 (5): 13–19.
- CSI (May 5, 2011). "CSI Adds to Executive Council - Karen Stollznow and Elizabeth Loftus Join the Board". Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. Retrieved May 6, 2011.
- Frazier, Kendrick; Barry Karr (January–February 2011). "CSI(COP) Renews and Expands Executive Council, Plans for Future Activities". Skeptical Inquirer (Committee for Skeptical Inquiry) 35 (1): 5.