2019, Vol. 83, No. 2
Editor-in-Chief Etzel Cardeña, Ph.D.
© Rhine Research Center
The Journal of Parapsychology
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. Utts, J. and Tressoldi, P. Editorial. Methodological and Statistical Recommendations: Option or Necessity. 120-122.
5. Houran, J., Lange, R., Laythe, B., Dagnall, N., Drinkwater, K., and O’Keefee, C. Quantifying the Phenomenology of Ghostly Episodes: Part II - A Rasch Model of Spontaneous Accounts. 168-192.
6. Dubaj, V., and Mowbray, T. Magnetospheric and Lunar Interactions with Reported Sensory Hallucinations: An Exploratory Study. 193-208.
7. McClenon, J. Secondary Analysis of Sitter Group Data: Testing Hypotheses from the PK Literature. 209-231.
8. Kruth, J. G. An Exploration of the Effects of Mood and Emotion on a Real-World Working Computer System and Network Environment. 232-247.
9. Cunningham, P. F. A Contribution to the Study of the Possession Trance Mediumship of Jane Roberts. 248-267.
10. Velmans, M. A Challenge to Materialist Models of Mind [Review of the book Mind Beyond Brain: Buddhism, Science and the Paranormal, edited by David Presti]. 268-271.
11. Cardeña, E. An Uneven Discussion of Psi in Psychoanalysis and Culture [Review of the book The Paranormal Surrounds Us: Psychic Phenomena in Literature, Culture and Psychoanalysis, by Richard Reichbart]. 272-276.
12. Mayer, G. Fortean Perspectives [Review of the book Damned Facts: Fortean Essays on Religion, Folklore and the Paranormal, edited by Jack Hunter]. 277-278.
13. Maraldi, E. O. The Meeting of Psychoanalysis and Feminism in the Study of Mediumship [Review of the book Trance speakers: Feminity and authorship in spiritual séances, 1850-1930, by Claudie Massicotte]. 279-282.
14. Watt, C., and Kennedy, J. E. Correspondence: The American Statistician Special Issue on Statistical Inference. 283-285.