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In this Beginner’s Guide, renowned author and scientist Dr Caroline Wyatt explores the science behind such phenomena. In the last one hundred years, parapsychologists have tried to determine whether it is possible to examine paranormal activity in a laboratory. Packed full of interesting characters, surprising incidents and novel experiments, this book takes the reader on a journey through this fascinating research. Parapsychology: A Beginner’s Guide traces the history and evolution of parapsychology as a science, and provides a thorough and critical analysis of the research and evidence in the field today.
Dr. Caroline A. Watt is a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Edinburgh, where she has been working since 1986. Watt is also a founding member and leader of the Koestler Parapsychology Unit, and former President and board member of the Parapsychological Association. The coauthor of An Introduction to Parapsychology (McFarland & Co), she lives in Edinburgh.