AIPR Certificate in Parapsychology—Unit Outline
- J. B. Rhine’s experiments at Duke University
- Later understanding about ESP and PK
Compare Rhine’s approach to testing ESP or PK (or both) with more recent techniques.
NOTE: Essay must be no longer than 2000 words and formatted in APA-style. (APA stands for American Psychological Association. All the references given below are in APA-style. Please follow that style in your essays.)
For guidance on how to write an essay, see: Guide to Writing a Basic Essay
Rhine, J. B. (1937). The start of the Duke experiments. Retrieved April 8, 2017, from http://www.survivalafterdeath.info/articles/rhine/start.htm
Rhine, J. B. (1937). The first serious criticism (of the Duke Experiments). Retrieved April 8, 2017, from http://www.survivalafterdeath.info/articles/rhine/criticism.htm
Alvarado, C. S. (2011). Prescribing for parapsychology: Note on J. B. Rhine’s writings in the Journal of Parapsychology [PDF]. Australian Journal of Parapsychology, 11, 89-99.
Rhine, J. B., Pratt, J. G., Stuart, C. E., Smith, B. M. & Greenwood, J. A. (1940). ESP is a psychological phenomenon. Retrieved April 8, 2017, from http://www.survivalafterdeath.info/articles/duke/psychological.htm