The long-delayed Volume 12, Number 2 of 2001 was shipped to current subscribers, with work begun on Volume 13.
Abstracts of the papers included in volumes 11 and 12 are available by clicking on the “Abstracts” button above. In addition, a free-for-download, Adobe Acrobat version of the complete keynote article published in Volume 12, Number 2, 2001, “Fifty Years of Supporting Parapsychology (1951-2001)” by Carlos S. Alvarado, Eileen Coly, Lisette Coly & Nancy L. Zingrone, is available on the PF News section of this website.
Currently slated to appear in future:
a keynote article titled “H. H. Price on Telepathy and the Self” by University of Delaware philosophy professor, Dr. Frank Dilley;
three papers on theory and method, among them, “The Challenge of Replication and the ‘Psi-Conducive’ Experimenter” by Liverpool Hope University psychology faculty member Dr. Matthew D. Smith; and “A Comparative Approach to the Theory of Psychopraxia” by Adelaide University psychology researcher, Dr. Lance Storm;
four articles on spontaneous experiences, among them, “A Comparison of Phenomena Experienced During Hypnagogic/Hypnopompic States and Reports of Out-Of-Body Experiences” by University of Northampton psychology faculty member Dr. Simon Sherwood, and “Experimental Birthmarks: New Cases of an Asian Practice” by psychiatrist Dr. Jim Tucker of the University of Virginia and psychologist H. H. Jürgen Keil of the University of Tasmania;
an article by anthropologist Dr. Sidney M. Greenfield called “The Cultural Biology of Brazilian Spiritist Surgery and Other Non-Biomedical Healing;”
and two case reports, among them, “Reflections on My Out-of-Body Experience” by Vincent Coluccio with a preface by psychotherapist Michael Bova.
In addition, the volume will include a classical update by University of Edinburgh psychology instructor and author Dr. Pete Lamont, book reviews by a variety of individuals including Dr. Alan Gauld of the University of Nottingham as well as new installments of the IJP’s usual features, “In Film, On Film and With Film” “Electronika” and “Etc. Etc. Etc.,” news and announcements and a name, subject and source index.
All four issues of Volumes 11 and 12 are available in the IJP Single Issues section of the Foundation’s on-line store.
Click through this section for article titles and abstracts from Volumes 11 and 12, for information on the CD-compilation of Volumes 1 through 10 (1959-1968), and for more information about subscribing or submitting to the International Journal of Parapsychology!