The Parapsychology Foundation’s Scholarly Monograph Series has nearly 20 titles. Although the Publications programs of the Foundation are currently in suspension due to financial constraints, should funding appear, the series may be re-instated. However, at the moment no submissions are being accepted.
Should we start the series again, Dr. Carlos S. Alvarado, the General Series Editor, stands ready with his Editorial Board which includes such notable parapsychologists as the philosopher Dr. Stephen E. Braude (University of Maryland), psychologists Dr. Alan Gauld (Nottingham University), Dr. Erlendur Haraldsson (University of Iceland) and Dr. Harvey J. Irwin (University of New England, Australia), near-death experience researchers Drs. Emily W. Kelly and Bruce Greyson (Division of Personality Studies,University of Virginia), and early remote viewing researcher and physicist Dr. Russell Targ.
Each title in the Scholarly Monograph Series treats a particular topic of relevance to students, researchers, and serious readers. Many important areas of research were first covered in this series such as Dr. Karlis Osis’s first study of deathbed observations, Drs. Montague Ullman and Stanley Krippner’s riveting report on early dream telepathy research, Dr. Charles T. Tart’s application of learning theory to ESP, and now Dr. Michael A. Thalbourne’s important re-conceptualization of the relationship between ESP and PK.
Two classic best selling monographs have recently been reprinted with new introductions. ESP Experiments with LSD-25 and Psilocybin: A Methodological Approach by Cavanna and Servadio carries an introduction by Dr. Charles T. Tart. An extensive preface penned by its authors Drs. Kelly and Locke updates Altered States of Consciousness and Psi: A Historical Survey and Research Prospectus. Check “Available Titles” for more …