The European Journal of Parapsychology (EJP) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal for research — particularly theoretical and theory-driven empirical work — relating to the field of parapsychology (defined as the study of communication or interaction between organisms and their environment that do not appear to rely on the established sensorimotor channels). The EJP’s aim is to stimulate and enhance activity in parapsychology, particularly in Europe, by publishing Articles, Research Notes, Reviews and Comments that offer insight into or criticisms of parapsychological research. The EJP also publishes peer-reviewed Student Research Briefs.
The EJP is normally published twice a year, in Spring and Autumn. The journal operates on a not-for-profit basis.
PDF Braithwaite, J.J & Townsend, M. (2005). Research Note. Sleeping with the Entity - a quantitative magnetic investigation of an English castle’s reputedly ‘haunted’ bedroom. European Journal of Parapsychology 20, 65-78.
PDF May, E. (2001). Towards the physics of psi: correlation with physical variables. European Journal of Parapsychology 16, 42-51.
PDF Bentall, R.P. (2000). Research into psychotic symptoms: are there implications for parapsychologists? European Journal of Parapsychology 15, 79-88.
PDF Keil, J. (1980). The voice on tape phenomena: limitations and possibilities. European Journal of Parapsychology 3, 287-296.