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The Past Literature of Parapsychology: A Reading Guide: II.*

Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Research Fellow , Parapsychology Foundation Journals The journals related to psychical research are particularly important and should be studied with care. Unfortunately most of them are not indexed in modern databases for the period emphasized in my comments (19th century to 1930s). Some important journals are: Journal of Parapsychology, Journal ... Read More

Digital Libraries with Holdings of the Old Literature--IV.

Carlos S. Alvarado, Ph.D. Atlantic University ( Carlos.alvarado@atlanticuniv.edu ) Internet Archive ( http://www.archive.org/ ) This library covers a variety of subjects, including Spiritualism and related matters. It includes other collections such as Project Gutenberg, and holdings from Google Books. The books appear as facsimiles of the original, as well as text files. ... Read More

Bibliographies for the Study of the History of Psychical Research

Carlos S. Alvarado, Ph.D. Atlantic University In recent years I have published several lists and bibliographical essays that I hope will help those interested in the study of the history of psychical research find books and articles on the subject. A general one, and a good place to start, is "Learning About the History of Parapsychology." Public ... Read More

Digital Libraries with Holdings of the Old Literature--I.

Carlos S. Alvarado, Ph.D. Atlantic University Many digital  libraries have holdings related to the old mesmeric, spiritualistic and psychical research literatures. This is the first of a series of lists and comments about some of these resources. The holdings that appear below are a few examples of the many books and articles available in each virtual library.  ... Read More
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