Parapsychology/Sources/Literature antagonistic to Paranormal claims/Articles and Papers

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Articles and Papers[edit]

  • James Alcock. (2003). Give the Null Hypothesis a Chance: Reasons to Remain Doubtful about the Existence of Psi. Journal of Consciousness Studies 10: 29-50.
  • George Beard. (1879). The Psychology of Spiritism. The North American Review 129: 65-80.
  • Theodore Besterman, Oliver Gatty. (1934). Further Tests of the Medium Rudi Schneider. Nature 134: 965-966.
  • Mario Bunge. (1984). What is Pseudoscience? The Skeptical Inquirer. Volume 9: 36-46.
  • Mario Bunge. (1987). Why Parapsychology Cannot Become a Science. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 10: 576-577.
  • James Crumbaugh. (1966). A Scientific Critique of Parapsychology. International Journal of Neuropsychiatry 5: 521-29.
  • Harold Gulliksen. (1938). Extra-Sensory Perception: What Is It?. American Journal of Sociology 43: 623-634.
  • Joseph Jastrow. (1938). ESP, House of Cards. The American Scholar 8: 13-22.
  • Ian Hacking. (1993). Some reasons for not taking parapsychology very seriously. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 32: 587-594.
  • Ray Hyman. (1986). Parapsychological research: A tutorial review and critical appraisal. Proceedings of the IEEE 74 (6): 823-849
  • David Marks. (1986). Investigating the paranormal. Nature 320: 121-124.
  • Samuel Moss, Donald Butler. (1978). The Scientific Credibility Of ESP. Perceptual and Motor Skills: Volume 46: 1063-1079.
  • Simon Newcomb. (1909). Modern Occultism. Nineteenth Century 65: 126-139.
  • George Price. (1955). Science and the Supernatural. Science 122: 359–367. (c.f. George Price. (1972). Apology to Rhine and Soal. Science 28: 359.)
  • Harry Price. (1926). Some Early Works on False Mediumship. Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 20: 220-226.
  • Massimo Polidoro. (2000). Anna Eva Fay: The Mentalist Who Baffled Sir William Crookes. Skeptical Inquirer 24: 36-38.