Alejandro Álvarez

I am a mexican biologist, currently doing my PhD in the field of Evolutionary Biology. I have been a Student Member of the Parapsychological Association for two years. I have always been interested in the field of Parapsychology and I've been doing independent research for the last three years. I am interested in trying to explain psychic abilities from an evolutionary perspective, which I think is almost scarce in the field. I co-founded the Research Center of Sintergy and Consciousness.

Click here to view my talk: Molecular Bases Of Psychic Talent: Functional And Structural Analysis Of The TNRC18 Protein

Click here to view my talk: The Roads to Supernormality: A Biological Perspective


William Bengston

Bill Bengston is a professor of statistics and research methods at St. Joseph’s College in New York and has been the President of the Society for Scientific Exploration since 2010.
His research has produced the first successful full cures of transplanted mammary cancer and methylcholanthrene induced sarcomas in mice by energy healing techniques that he helped to develop.  He has also investigated assorted correlates to healing such as EEG and fMRI entrainment, and geomagnetic micropulsation anomalies in healing space.  His current work involves the attempt to reverse engineer healing and reproduce healing without the healer.

Click here to view my talk:  Let's Move On! Transitioning to Pragmatic Applications of Anomalies

Göran Brusewitz

President of the Swedish SPR for more than 30 years, local host at the PA Convention 2006 in Stockholm, author to "Conscious Connections. About parapsychology and holistic biology" 2010, Program Chair for the European SSE conference 2016 outside Stockholm, PhD 2020 at the University of Greenwich on "Attachment and exceptional experiences amongst twins".

Click here to view my talk: Three Studies Of The Relationship Amongst Twins Between Physiological Connectedness And Attachment

Chris Connelly

Chris has over 30 years as a research engineer, working in the UK Space industry where he is responsible for the development of imaging technologies used on Earth observation missions. Chris holds Masters degrees in Engineering and in Psychology, and is currently pursuing a doctorate at Canterbury Christ Church University under the supervision of Dr David Vernon, where he is exploring the role of cognitive executive functions within mediumship.


Click here to view my talk: The Role Of Cognitive Executive Functions In Individuals With Mediumistic Abilities

Ramses D'Leon

My principal interests in the field are psychokinesis and physiological anticipation, though I’m also engaged in reaching the field to students and researchers in another disciplines. • Chief Researcher at Unidad Parapsicológica de Investigación, Difusión y Enseñanza (UPIDE) [since 2015] • Fellow Researcher at Centro de Investigación de la Sintergia y la Consciencia (CISC) [since 2020] • Associate Member of the Parapsychological Association [since 2018]


Click here to view my talk: Coin-Based Apports: A Methodological Approach To Study Non-Mediumistic Recurrent Physical Anomalies

Michael Daw

Michael Daw is a postgraduate researcher at the University of Northampton with a lifelong interest in parapsychology. His first degree is in social science; he also has an MSc in Computation and is a former high school teacher of mathematics. Since 2001, he has worked with academic research teams at three of the UK’s largest universities, most recently at the University of Leeds supporting engagement with industry for a leading materials science research centre.

Click here to view my talk: How is Fasting and Vegetarianism Perceived to Support Psi among Adepts?

Arnaud Delorme

Arnaud Delorme, Ph.D., is a faculty at both the University of Toulouse, France, and the University of California, San Diego, and a research scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Arnaud is a long-term meditator who is interested in testing the scientific hypothesis that consciousness is primary to matter and not the other way around. In collaboration with other researchers at IONS, he is developing a research program to test this hypothesis.

Click here to view my talk: Accuracy And Neural Correlates Of Blinded Mediumship Compared To Controls

Sally Ann Drucker

I'm currently a PA Member, Rhine Research Center Board Member, and Interim Editor of the Journal of Parapsychology.  Previously I was a Research Assistant at Maimonides Medical Center Division of Parapsychology and Psychophysics.  Publications include Parapsychological Research with Children:  An Annotated Bibliography (book written with Athena Drewes). My Ph.D. is from SUNY-Buffalo; I'm Prof. Emerita at SUNY-Nassau.  

Click here to view my talk: Margaret Mead and the Parapsychological Association: How the PA Finally Joined the AAAS

Eric Dullin

Focus on Macro-pk research with 2 directions: An experimental one working with PsychoKinesis practitioners in order to detect macro-Pk effect, validate them through detailed measurement, and study them to better understand the phenomenon. A non-experimental one by conducting a documentary and database work around mediumship, poltergeist, and human levitation from antiquity until now.


Click here to view my talk: Energies And Forces Involved in Small Semi-Replicable Potential Macro-Pk Effects

Poltergeist/RSPK Quantitative And Qualitative Study From Antiquity Until Now

Barbara Ensrud

Barbara Ensrud is a freelance journalist and author based in Durham, North Carolina. Her articles have appeared in many periodicals including the Wall Street Journal and the online Psi Encyclopedia. She is co editor of J.B. Rhine, Letters 1923-1939 /Foundations of Parapsychology.


Click here to view my talk: [panel] J. B. Rhine and the Importance of Connection--J.B. Rhine: Letters 1923-1939

Renaud Evrard

Clinical psychologist, assistant professor of psychology, Lorraine University, France. President of the Parapsychological Association


Click here to view my talk: "Everybody knows parapsychology is not a real science": Public understanding of parapsychology


Wolfgang Fach

Wolfgang Fach is a licensed psychotherapist and counselor for people with exceptional experiences (ExE) at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health (IGPP) in Freiburg, Germany. His research interests include, in particular, the phenomenology of ExE, approaches to understanding psychophysical relationships, and the development of specific concepts and interventions in psychotherapy and counseling of people with ExE.


Click here to view my talk: Autonomy And Bonding As Basic Needs And As Structural Determinants Of Exceptional Experiences (EXE)

Sally Rhine Feather

Sally Rhine Feather, Ph.D, is a retired clinical psychologist and executive director emeritas of the Rhine Research Center and co-editor of J. B. Rhine, Letters 1923-1939. Received PA Outstanding Career Award in 2010.


Click here to view my talk: [panel] J. B. Rhine and the Importance of Connection--J.B. Rhine: Letters 1923-1939


Jerry Gin

Jerry Gin has spent more than 40 years in the pharmaceutical, diagnostic, laboratory medicine, and biotechnology industries (founded ChemTrak, Oculex Pharmaceuticals, Livionex, Nuvora, and Visionex). His passionate interests have been in the areas of mind-being, consciousness, and the nature of reality. Chairman/CEO of the Foundation for Mind-Being Research; author:The Seeker and The Teacher of Light. Ph.D. in Biochemistry - UC Berkeley, MBA - Loyola, BS -U of Ariz.


Click here to view my talk: New Subtle Energy Associated with Creation, the Torus, and the Plasma State of Matter

Jacob Glazier

Jacob W. Glazier, PhD, LPC, NCC has a doctorate degree in Psychology: Consciousness and Society from the University of West Georgia. Currently, Dr. Glazier holds a limited term instructor position at the University of West Georgia. His most recent book with Bloomsbury Publishing is entitled, Arts of Subjectivity: A New Animism for the Post-Media Era.


Click here to view my talk: Decolonizing Parapsychology

Simeon Hein

Dr. Simeon Hein received his degree in sociology from Washington State University in 1992. His main areas of interest include nonlinear research methods, complexity theory, and technology and society. He first learned remote viewing in 1996. His books include is Opening Minds: A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles, and Resonance and Planetary Intelligence: 101 Easy Steps to Energy, Well-Being, and Natural Insight. His most recent work is Black Swan Ghosts.


Click here to view my talk: Coherent Matter Waves - Exploring Ball Lightening Related To Cold Fusion, UFOs, Crop Circles, And Bigfoot

Darius Hober

Independent researcher studying Consciousness for 30+ years both within academia and outside. This interest came about when I realized that I am not really in control of my mind and changed my personal primary inquiry from "Who am I?" to "What am I?". This transition resulted in recognizing the importance of the microbial life forms and how they directly and indirectly impact human consciousness. I am currently a University Lecturer in Thailand and possess a BBA, M.Ed, and M.TPsych.

Click here to view my talk: Cellular Cosmology and the Effects of the Human Hologenome on Consciousness

Ulf Holmberg

Ulf Holmberg holds a PhD in economics and is an independent researcher interested in the origins and nature of consciousness.


Click here to view my talk: Validating the GCP data hypothesis and harvesting its data

Durra Kadiragha

Durra Kadiragha is a fourth year student at the University of Western Ontario. She is currently pursuing an honours specialization in Kinesiology and a minor in Rehabilitation Science. Alongside her interest in psychology research, she is also involved in orthopaedic research at the London Health Sciences Center.

Click here to view my talk: After-Death Communication with Cell Phones

Debra Lynne Katz

Debra Lynne Katz, Ph.D ( is Director of the International School of Clairvoyance. She is a remote viewer, researcher, & author of several books related to intuitive development. Patrizio Tressoldi, Ph.D, is a principal investigator of the Science of Consciousness Research Group: & a full time researcher at the University of Padua.


Click here to view my talk: Recent Remote Viewing Applications Survey


Christof King

After studying Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge and completing a PhD in Geoscience at the University of Edinburgh, Christof began working in the oil industry where he began to witness anomalous events that he later discovered to be episodes of synchronicity and psychokinesis. It is these personal experiences that encouraged him to think about the wider implications of synchronicity and the possibility of using these episodes to increase global re-enchantment.

Click here to view my talk: Why we need the Apocalypse Now! A materialist investigates reality and changes his mind…

Hideyuki Kokubo

Hideyuki Kokubo is a Japanese researcher known for work on bio-PK (non-contact healing and energy therapies such as Reiki and Johrei). He is based at the Institute for Informatics of Consciousness, Meiji University, which studies anomalous experiences.
Click here to view my talk: Paranormal Experiences Relating Geomagnetism And Urban Electromagnetic Noise Level

Jürgen Kornmeier

Jürgen has his PhD in Neurobiology at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg and Habilitation in Neurobiology at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg.
Since 2013 he has been the head of the Research Group "Perception and Cognition"

Click here to view my talk: Knowledge From The Future Or Footprints From The Past?

Brian Laythe

Brian Laythe, Ph.D., is the owner of the “Iudicium” psychological consultancy, and the Director of the Institute for the Study of Religious and Anomalous Experience (I.S.R.A.E.). He received his Master’s and Ph.D. in experimental psychology from the University of New Hampshire. He publishes in the domains of parapsychology, anomalistic psychology, ideology and identity, and the psychology of religion.

Click here to view my talk: “Multi-event Sensor App (MESA 3.0)" – A Citizen Science Tool For Big-Data On Ghostly Episodes

Rick Leskowitz

Rick Leskowitz MD was a consultant psychiatrist to the Pain Management Program at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Harvard Medical School for over 25 years, and founded their Integrative Medicine Task Force. He has studied energy healing, meditation and hypnosis for over 40 years, written widely on subtle energy concepts, and edited three texts. His documentary film about group energies and sports, “The Joy of Sox: Weird Science and the Power of Intention”, was broadcast on PBS in 2012.


Click here to view my talk: Methods To Unlock Telepathic Ability By Activating Pineal Gland And Still Cerebral Cortex

Everton Maraldi

Everton de Oliveira Maraldi is a psychologist and professor at the Post-Graduate Program on Religious Studies of the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Parapsychological Association (USA). His research interests include topics such as the psychology of religious experience; spirituality, religion and health; dissociation and dissociative disorders, parapsychology and the study of religion.


Click here to view my talk: Help-Seeking Patterns And Social Support Among Individuals Reporting Anomalous Experiences

Gerhard Mayer

Gerhard Mayer is a psychologist and research associate of the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Psychohygiene e. V. in Freiburg i. Br.; chief editor of the Journal of Anomalistics / Zeitschrift für Anomalistik, since 2012 managing director of the Gesellschaft für Anomalistik.


Click here to view my talk: Material analyses of the “Faces of Bélmez”

James McClenon

James McClenon was a sociology professor at Elizabeth City State University (North Carolina) and licensed clinical social worker at Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center. He has investigated psychic phenomena in the USA, Korea, Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, People’s Republic of China, Japan, Okinawa, Sri Lanka, and India. His books include The Entity Letters: A Sociologist on the Trail of a Supernatural Mystery and Wondrous Healing: Shamanism, Human Evolution, and the Origin of Religion.

Click here to view my talk: Ritual Healing Theory: Qualitative Evaluation of a Group PK Experiment

David Salisbury Brown Mitchell

David Salisbury Brown Mitchell, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of West Georgia. He obtained his master’s and doctoral degrees in psychology and developmental psychology, respectively, from Howard University in Washington, D.C., and his B.A. in Human Development from the University of California at San Diego. Passionate about “building bridges” conceptually, pedagogically, and relationally, his interests center broadly on cognition, culture, and consciousness.

Click here to view my talk: A pilot study exploring the relationships between interoception, mindfulness and exceptional experience

Garret Moddel

Garret Moddel is a professor of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering at the University of Colorado. Along with developing new energy conversion technologies, his research group investigates psi phenomena. Currently he is serving as SSE Vice President, and was the organizations previous president, and prior to that, president & CEO of Phiar Corporation, a high-tech start-up company. Garret earned a BSEE degree from Stanford and MS and PhD degrees in Applied Physics from Harvard.

Click here to view my talk: Unlocking Zero-Point Energy

Margaret Moga

My current research focus is developing scientific measures of ‘energy healing’ and other bioenergetic phenomena, and studying the exceptional experiences of healers.


Click here to view my talk: The Chakra Connection: Bridging the Physical and Mental-Emotional Bodies

Julia Mossbridge Mossbridge

Current academic focus on an interdisciplinary exploration of the physics and psychology of time and travel in time (mental, informational, and physical components) and how they relate to the mechanics of unconditional love and hope. Recipient of major award (2019) from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to create hope technology. Recipient of 2014 Charles Honorton Integrative Contributions Award from the Parapsychology Association. Co-author of Transcendent Mind (APA 2017).


Click here to view my talk: Forced-choice psi performance on four online tests as a function of multiple factors

Igor Nazarov

Igor Nazarov earned an M.S. in Nuclear Physics and a Ph.D. in Chemical Physics at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, where he graduated in 1977 with honors. He continued to work at the same institution until his emigration to the U.S. in 1990. Dr. Nazarov had begun working in the area of subtle energy with Dr.Kronn in 1985. Upon moving to Eagle Point, Oregon in 2014, he resumed his work with Dr.Kronn as Chief Scientist at Energy Tools International LLC, where he remained until 2020.


Click here to view my talk: 20 Years Of Vital Force Technology: Deepening Our Understanding About The Nature Of Subtle Energy Continues Deepening Our Understanding About The Nature Of This Universal Phenomenon

Sky Nelson-Isaacs

Sky Nelson-Isaacs is a physicist, musician, and author of two books, “Leap to Wholeness: How the World is Programmed to Help Us Grow, Heal, and Adapt,” and “Living in Flow: The Science of Synchronicity and How Your Choices Shape Your World.” Having learned mindfulness practices from a young age and also obtained a masters degree in physics from San Francisco State University, he bridges worlds with his original research on time, space, quantum mechanics, and synchronicity.


Click here to view my talk: Spacetime Holism

Darby Orcutt

Darby Orcutt is on faculty at North Carolina State University as librarian, teaching faculty, and interdisciplinary scholar affiliated with several research centers. His teaching and research examine how science works, both methodologically and culturally, through the lens of "fringe" fields. Among much else, he has been an invited speaker at Harvard University, was featured in the documentary film Paranormal Bigfoot, and spent a summer trapping and tattooing bears for science.

Click here to view my talk: “Don’t Cross the Streams!” Parsing Potential Poltergeist Phenomena from Alleged Bigfoot Activity

Daqing Piao

Daqing Piao received BS degree in 1990 in physics from Tsinghua University and earned MS and PHD degrees in 2001 and 2003, respectively, both in biomedical engineering within Electrical and Computer Engineering program from University of Connecticut. He is now a Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oklahoma State University. His current experimental interests include biophotonics. He also has strong interest on understanding the mind-matter-interaction aspect of psi.

Presentation: Spatial & temporal coherences of biophoton emission: what if they have connection to consciousness?


Click here to view my talk: Spatial & temporal coherences of biophoton emission: what if they have connection to consciousness?

V. Vaidehi Priyal

Dr. V. Vaidehi Priyal, BSc, MBA, PhD. Her PhD research was on 'Spiritual Business Management'. She has published 2 books and has contributed a chapter each in a book on ‘e-Learning’ and ‘Spirituality in the workplace’. She has also published more than 15 research papers in prominent National and International Journals. She has presented papers in National and International conferences. She is now working in AJK College of Arts and Science as Assistant Professor in BBA Department.


Click here to view my talk: Methods To Unlock Telepathic Ability By Activating Pineal Gland And Still Cerebral Cortex


Dean Radin

Dean Radin is Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. He earned a BS and MS in electrical engineering and a PhD in psychology. Before joining IONS in 2001, Radin worked at Bell Labs, Princeton University, University of Edinburgh, and SRI International. He has given over 600 talks and interviews, and he is author or coauthor of some 300 scientific and popular articles, four dozen book chapters, two technical books, and four popular books translated into 15 foreign languages.

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Psychophysical Interactions with Entangled Photons: Five Exploratory Studies

Glen Rein

After obtaining a PhD from London University and an Assistant Professorship at Mt. Sinai Medical School, Dr. Rein studied various biomedical disciplines at prestigious institutes like Harvard and Stanford Medical Schools. He is currently CEO of the Quantum-Biology Research Lab conducting innovative basic and contract research in Energy Medicine. Dr. Rein has numerous scientific publications, has lectures world-wide and is on the Board of numerous organizations and the editorial board of JACM

Click here to view my talk: Effect of Healing Energy on Human DNA in-vitro and Ability of Various Carries to Store Healing Energy

Douglas Richards

Douglas G. Richards is a researcher in anomalies of consciousness, and has published studies of psychic experiences in the Journal of Parapsychology and the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research. He is also an amateur radio operator and has been conducting experiments in weak signal propagation, presenting at the HamSCI conference. His presentation here combines these interests.

Click here to view my talk: Weak Signal Propagation Reporter (WSPR): Implications For Anomalies Research

Chris Roe

Chris Roe holds a Chair in Psychology at the University of Northampton, UK, and is Director of the Centre for Psychology and Social Sciences that is based there. He is the International Affiliate for England of the Parapsychology Foundation and a Vice-President of the Society for Psychical Research. Chris served as the Perrott-Warrick Senior Researcher (2015-2021), Chair of the BPS Transpersonal Psychology Section (2015-2018), President of the PA (2015-2017), and President of the SPR (2018-2021)

Click here to view my talk: A Research Project To Explore The Psychology Of Mental Mediumship

Marilyn Schlitz

Marilyn Schlitz, Ph.D., M.A. is a social scientist focusing on health, worldview transformation, and transpersonal development through lifespan. She currently serves as Professor of the PHD program in Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University.


Click here to view my talk:  Expectancies and Psi: The Challenges of Replication

[Panel] Transpersonal Experiences and Engagement with the Departed

Malcolm Schofield

Malcolm Schofield is a Lecturer in Psychology, programme leader for the MRes in Psychology and the module leader on the Advanced Quantitative Research Methods. Malcolm also teach across a wide range of modules at undergraduate level, including various research methods modules, Human Behaviour and Evolution, and Anomalous and Parapsychology.


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Supernatural Somatic Markers: The Effect Of Belief And Analytic Thinking On Physiological Responses

Stephan Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz is a Distinguished Consulting Faculty of Saybrook University, a BIAL fellow, columnist for the journal Explore, and editor of the daily web publication For 50 years he has studied the nature of consciousness and is one of the founders of Remote Viewing research. Author of nearly two hundred papers covering a spectrum of disciplines, two dozen book chapters, and an award-winning author of four non-fiction books, and three novels.


Click here to view my talks: Intention As a Variable in Nonlocal Consciousness Research

Nonlocal Consciousness And The Anthropology Of Religions And Spiritual Practices

Christine Simmonds-Moore

Christine Simmonds-Moore is a UK native who has a PhD from the University of Northampton. She is a Professor of Psychology at the University of West Georgia and has research interests in parapsychology and the psychology of exceptional experiences, paranormal beliefs and disbeliefs, personality and mental health correlates of exceptional experiences, synesthesia, altered states of consciousness, and healing and placebo effects.


Click here to view my talk: A pilot study exploring the relationships between interoception, mindfulness and exceptional experience

Gerald Solfvin

Gerald F. Solfvin, PhD, is Adjunct Associate Professor with Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (Dartmouth, MA) & Associate Professor in School of Indic Studies , Institute of Advanced Sciences (INADS), Dartmouth, MA. A long-time Parapsychological Association member, Solfvin worked with William Roll at the Psychical Research Foundation and developed strong interests in RSPK, meditation research, and psychic healing.

Click here to view my talk: A Virtually-Facilitated Investigation Of Ostensible RSPK Disturbances During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Nina Sotina

N. Sotina holds a PhD degree in Physics from Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia. Presently, she lives in New York. For many years she has been exploring the telekinesis phenomena. She is an author of over 100 scientific articles and two books, one of them is 'Physicists in Parapsychology'


Click here to view my talk: Life and death from the standpoint of ancient philosophy and modern physics

Olga Strashun

Dr. Olga Strashun is a co-founder of the Strashun Institute, Subtle Energy researcher, practitioner, author of the book Subtle Energy: Information to Enhance, Guide, and Heal, presenter, the owner of the Wellness Counselling practice for over 30 years. She was a MD in Russia when she started her training at the Subtle Energy laboratory founded by the USSR Ministry of Space. In 1989 Dr. Strashun immigrated to Canada with her family where she continued her investigation in this field.


Click here to view my talk: We, Like Everything Around Us, Function Under Two Sets of the Laws of Nature.

Ian Thompson

Dr. Thompson is a nuclear physicist and Swedenborg Scholar. He is Fellow of the Institute of Physics (London) and Fellow of the American Physical Society. He was previously Professor of Physics at the University of Surrey, U.K, and is currently employed at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He has written Starting Science From God (Eagle Pearl Press, 2011) and maintains many websites on Swedenborgian subjects, with home page as

Click here to view my talk: How Non-physical Influences Show Themselves in Physics: A Proposal

Analaura Trivellato

Analaura Trivellato, researcher and educator, graduated in Psychology and Languages. She holds an MSc in Occupational Psychology at Birkbeck University of London and a degree in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching at University of East London. She has been lecturing in several countries for over 25 years and presented at numerous events. She is the president of the International Academy of Consciousness and previously was IAC’s Scientific Director and Editor of the Journal of Consciousness.


Click here to view my talk: Energy Mindfulness: Effects on Depression, Anxiety, Stress, and Subtle Energy Balance. A Pilot Study

Dianne Trussell

Dianne has done 16 years of neuroscience research and teaching in two Australian Universities, co-authored 10 peer-reviewed scientific publications, and presented at the 2019 SSE and 2020 Science of Consciousness conferences. She is a PhD candidate in the field of cognitive neuroscience and non-local consciousness. She writes and presents on a broad range of science subjects for public groups, tutors private students and is currently working on two books.


Click here to view my talk: Physiology, psychology & non-local connectedness – a pilot study of meditative states

Jessica Utts

Jessica Utts is Professor Emerita of Statistics at the University of California at Irvine. She received her B.A. in Math and Psychology at SUNY Binghamton, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Statistics at Penn State University. She is the author or co-author of three statistics textbooks with a focus on statistical literacy, and over 100 research papers, many of which focus on statistical applications to parapsychology. Jessica was the 2016 president of the American Statistical Association, the largest organization of professional statisticians in the world. She is an elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Association for Psychological Science, and the recipient of numerous awards, the most recent of which is the George Cobb Lifetime Achievement Award in Statistics Education.


Click here to view my talk: Why All Scientists Should Take Psi Seriously – Dinsdale Award Lecture

Helané Wahbeh

Helané Wahbeh is the Director of Research at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Neurology at Oregon Health & Science University. Dr. Wahbeh is clinically trained as a naturopathic physician and research trained with a Master of Clinical Research and two post-doctoral research fellowships. She has published on and spoken internationally about her studies on complementary and alternative medicine, mind-body medicine, psi, stress, and PTSD.


Click here to view my talk: Qualitative Analysis Of First-Person Accounts Of Noetic Experiences

Positive Effect Of Perceived Contact With The Dead: An Exploratory Study Of The Transformative Power Of Personal Development Workshops

Eric Wargo

Eric Wargo has a Ph.D. in anthropology from Emory University and works as a professional science writer and editor in Washington, D.C. He is the author of the books Time Loops (Anomalist Books, 2018) and Precognitive Dreamwork and the Long Self (2021, Inner Traditions). In his spare time, he writes about science fiction, consciousness, and parapsychology at his popular blog, The Nightshirt.

Click here to view my talk: “But I Survived”: Dream Premonitions And Survivor’s Guilt

Caroline Watt

Professor Caroline Watt is Koestler Chair of Parapsychology at University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Professor Chris Roe is Head of Centre for Psychology and Social Sciences, University of Northampton, England.

Professor Thomas Rabeyron is Head of Laboratoire InterPsy, University of Lorraine (Nancy), France

Abby Pooley is a PhD student under supervision of Prof Watt; Alexandre Batissou is a PhD student under supervision of Prof Rabeyron.


Click here to view my talk: Panel: Progessing Ganzfeld ESP Research

George Williams

George R. Williams is an economist specializing in media at the Federal Communications Commission. However, his interests are interdisciplinary, and he has recently expanded his research into the philosophy of mind and parapsychology. Recent publications have included the Journal of Mind and Behavior, Mind and Matter, Jou


Click here to view my talk: Anomalous Mind-Matter Interaction and the Nature of Causality

Winthrop Williams

Dr. Williams manages the Advanced Physics Laboratory at UC Berkeley, teaching electronics and experimental physics techniques to undergraduates. First-hand experiences of precognition and synchronicity have guided him to explore phenomena beyond the usual bounds of physics.

Click here to view my talk: Replication study of causally ambiguous duration sorting (CADS)

Marc Wittmann

Marc Wittmann studied Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, and the University of Munich, Germany. He received his Ph.D. at the Institute of Medical Psychology, Medical School, University of Munich in 1997. From 2004 to 2009 he was Research Fellow at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California San Diego. Since 2009 he is employed at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health, Freiburg, Germany.


Click here to view my talk: A German Version Of The Retroactive Priming Task Shows Mixed Effects

Garret Yount

Garret Yount obtained his BS from the Dept. of Molecular & Cell Biology at Penn State, and his PhD from the Dept. of Neurobiology & Behavior at SUNY, Stony Brook. He was then awarded two postdoctoral scholarships, one in the Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the second in UCSF’s Brain Tumor Research Center. Dr. Yount has devoted his career to developing methods for bridging molecular neurobiology with aspects of human consciousness.

Click here to view my talk: Subtle Energy Perception: Pilot Study With A Buddha Relic