Anthropologist, writer and teacher, with particular research interests in mediumship and trance phenomena. He is author of Greening the Paranormal (2019) and editor of Paranthropology
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American psychologist, amateur magician and leading critic of parapsychology, co-founder of the Committee for the Scientific Inquiry (CSI).
James Hervey Hyslop (1854-1920) was a professor of philosophy, a psychologist, and, during the last fifteen years of his life, a dedicated psychical researcher.
Irish journalist, author and broadcaster (1916-1993), whose many published works include books about psychical research.
Robert Jahn was a plasma physicist who made notable contributions to the science of rocket propulsion and founded the PEAR anomalies research laboratory, specializing in the study of mind-machine interaction.
Canadian-born conjurer (1928-2020) and public scourge of psychics, parapsychologists, faith healers and practitioners of alternative medicine, best known for his ‘Million Dollar Challenge'.
The American philosopher and psychologist William James (1842-1910) is one of the most eminent academic figures to have been involved in psi research.
CEM Joad (1891-1953) was a British philosopher and television personality with an active interest in psychical research.
Jacob Jolij is a Dutch psychologist who has carried out experiments in presentiment and psychokinesis.
Swiss psychiatrist and founder of Analytical Psychology (1875-1961), whose work influenced contemporary spirituality, arts, and popular media. This article focuses in particular on Jung’s interest in paranormal phenomena.