Organizations & Publications

American non-profit research institute co-founded in 1973 by astronaut Edgar Mitchell to investigate human potential and noetic experiences using the tools and techniques of science.

Leading parapsychology journal founded by JB Rhine's group at Duke University, covering mainly experimental reports but also including research of spontaneous psychic cases, historical papers, critiques and literature reviews.  

This article by Professor Caroline Watt describes the Koestler Parapsychology Unit, one of the world’s leading centres for the scientific study of psi phenomena. The KPU is based at Edinburgh...

Prize offered until 2015 by the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF), and never claimed, 'to any person who demonstrates any psychic, supernatural, or paranormal ability under satisfactory observation'. 

American non-profit international society of professional researchers engaged in the study of psi phenomena, founded in 1957 and based in Columbus, Ohio. 

The Parapsychology Foundation (PF) is a US-based forum founded in 1951 by Eileen J Garrett (1893-1970) that provides funding for the international development of parapsychology. 

The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) laboratory was founded in 1979 by Robert Jahn and carried out ground-breaking research in psychokinesis and remote viewing for nearly three decades.

Reference for contributors to the Psi Encyclopedia, giving guidance on style and presentation.  

Organization based in Durham, North Carolina, which grew out of JB Rhine's parapsychology laboratory at Duke University, and is now dedicated to psi research, education and community activities. 

Membership organization founded in London in 1882 for the scientific investigation of claims of psychic phenomena, the first of its kind.