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Professor Chris Roe: Recent Developments in Parapsychology via ZOOM
6 October.7:30 pm-9:00 pm£5.00
Recent Developments in Parapsychology
Tuesday 6th October 2020. 7.30pm until 9.00pm. £5 via Zoom.
A research centre for the scientific investigation of claims of the paranormal was established at the University of Northampton in 2000. 2020 represents their 20 year anniversary. In that time the centre has grown steadily so that it now consists of 10 academic staff and 10 postgraduate research students who are engaged in a wide range of projects that reflect the breadth of topics and research methods to be found in contemporary parapsychology. In this presentation Professor Chris Roe will pick out some highlights of that research effort and draw some conclusions concerning what it might tell us about human capabilities.
Please join us at 7.30PM on Tuesday the 6th of October via ZOOM. Purchase a ticket below and you will receive an email with access.
About the Speaker
Professor Chris Roe
Professor of Psychology at the University of Northampton
Chris Roe is Professor of Psychology at the University of Northampton, UK, and Director of the Centre for the Psychology and Social Sciences that is based there. Chris is the Perrott-Warrick Senior Researcher (Trinity College, Cambridge) and Visiting Professor at Bucks New University. He is President of the Society for Psychical Research and the International Affiliate for England of the Parapsychology Foundation. He has served as Chair of the British Psychological Society Transpersonal Psychology Section, and as President of the Parapsychological Association. He is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Parapsychology and is on the editorial board for the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research and the Transpersonal Psychology Review. His research interests are around understanding the nature of anomalous experiences and includes research on the phenomenology of paranormal experience, particularly as it affects wellbeing, the psychology of paranormal belief and of deception, as well as experimental approaches to test claims for extrasensory perception and psychokinesis, particularly where they involve psychological factors. Recent research has been concerned with the relationship between altered states of consciousness and psychic experience. He has published over 100 journal papers and book chapters and given over 200 conference presentations.
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