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Publications

General Overviews

  1. The Persistent Paradox of Psychic Phenomena: An Engineering Perspective (1982). Proceedings IEEE, 70, No.2, pp.136-170.
  2. Engineering Anomalies Research (1987). J. Scientific Exploration, 1, No.1, pp.21- 50.
  3. The Complementarity of Consciousness (1991). Tech. Report 91006, December 1991 (13 pages). [Published in modified form in K.R. Rao, ed., Cultivating Consciousness for Enhancing Human Potential, Wellness, and Healing. (Westport, CT and London: Praeger, 1993) pp. 111-121.]
  4. Consciousness and Anomalous Physical Phenomena (1995). PEAR Technical Note 95004, May 1995 (32 pages).
  5. The PEAR Proposition (2005). J. Scientific Exploration, 19, No.2, pp.195-246.
  6. Endophysical Models Based on Empirical Data (2005). R. Buccheri, A. Elitzur, M. Saniga, eds., Endophysics, Time, Quantum and the Subjective: Proceedings of the ZiF Interdisciplinary Research Workshop, Bielefeld, Germany, 17-22 January 2005. (Singapore: World Scientific Publishing, 2005) pp.81-102.
  7. Consciousness, Information, and Living Systems (2005). Cellular & Molecular Biology, 51, pp.703-714.

Human/Machine Experiments

  1. Operator-Related Anomalies in a Random Mechanical Cascade (1988). J. Scientific Exploration, 2, No.2, pp.155-179.*
  2. Random Event Generator Qualification, Calibration, and Analysis. Tech. Report 89001, April 1989 (46 pages).
  3. Count Population Profiles in Engineering Anomalies Experiments (1991). J. Scientific Exploration, 5, No.2, pp.205-232.
  4. Radin, D. I., and Nelson, R. D. (1989). Evidence for consciousness-related anomalies in random physical systems. Foundations of Physics, Vol.19, No.12, pp.1499-1514.
  5. Co-Operator Experiments with an REG Device (1991). Tech. Report PEAR 91005, December 1991 (23 pages). [Published in modified form in K.R. Rao, ed., Cultivating Consciousness for Enhancing Human Potential, Wellness, and Healing. (Westport, CT and London: Praeger, 1993) pp.149-163.]
  6. Experiments in Remote Human/Machine Interaction (1992). J. Scientific Exploration, 6, No.4, pp.311-332.
  7. Series Position Effects in Random Event Generator Experiments (1994). J. Scientific Exploration, 8, No.2, pp.197-215.*
  8. A Linear Pendulum Experiment: Effects of Operator Intention on Damping Rate (1994). J. Scientific Exploration, 8, No.4, pp.471-489.*
  9. Correlations of Random Binary Sequences with Pre-Stated Operator Intention: A Review of a 12-Year Program (1997). J. Scientific Exploration, 11, No.3, pp.345-367.*
  10. Gender Differences in Human/Machine Anomalies (1998). J. Scientific Exploration, 12, No.1, pp.3-55.*
  11. Construction and Use of Random Event Generators in Human/Machine Anomalies Experiments (1998). Tech. Note 98002, June 1998 (10 pages).
  12. A Double-Slit Diffraction Experiment to Investigate Claims of Consciousness-Related Anomalies (1998). J. Scientific Exploration, 12, No.4, pp.543-550.*
  13. ArtREG: A Random Event Experiment Utilizing Picture-Preference Feedback (2000). J. Scientific Exploration, 14, No.3, pp.383-409.*
  14. Mind/Machine Interaction Consortium: PortREG Replication Experiments (2000). J. Scientific Exploration, 14, No.4, pp.499-555.*
  15. The MegaREG Experiment: Replication and Interpretation (2004). J. Scientific Exploration, 18, No.3, pp.369–397.*
  16. Exploring the Possible Effects of Johrei Techniques on the Behavior of Random Physical Systems (2006). Tech. Report 2006. 01, January 2006 (30 pages).

Remote Perception

  1. Precognitive Remote Viewing in the Chicago Area: A Replication of the Stanford Experiment (1979). J. Parapsychology, 43, pp.17-30.
  2. Precognitive Remote Perception (1983). Tech. Report 83003, August 1983 (81 pages).
  3. Precognitive Remote Perception, III: Complete Binary Database with Analytical Refinements (1989). Tech. Report 89002, August 1989 (102 pages).
  4. Response to Hansen, Utts, and Markwick: Statistical and Methodological Problems of the PEAR Remote Viewing (sic) Experiments (1992). J. Parapsychology, 56, No.2, pp.115-146.
  5. Precognitive Remote Perception: Replication of Remote Viewing (1996). J. Scientific Exploration, 10, No.1, pp.109-110.
  6. Information and Uncertainty in Remote Perception Research (2003). Journal of Scientific Exploration, 17, No.2, pp.207-241.*

FieldREG

  1. FieldREG Anomalies in Group Situations (1996). J. Scientific Exploration, 10, No.1, pp.111-141.*
  2. FieldREG Measurements in Egypt: Resonant Consciousness at Sacred Sites (1997). Tech. Note 97002, July 1997 (36 pages).
  3. FieldREGII: Consciousness Field Effects: Replications and Explorations (1998). J. Scientific Exploration, 12, No.3, pp.425-454.*

Theoretical Models and Analytical Methodology

  1. On the Quantum Mechanics of Consciousness, With Application to Anomalous Phenomena (1986). Foundations of Physics, 16, No.8, pp.721-772.* (An Appendix (in the form of a Tech. Note) is also available which contains a collection of relevant quotations by many of the patriarchs of modern physics.)
  2. Physical Aspects of Psychic Phenomena (1988). Physics Bulletin, 39, pp.235-236.
  3. Evidence for Consciousness-Related Anomalies in Random Physical Systems (1989). Foundations of Physics, 19, No.12, pp.1499-1514.*
  4. On the Bayesian Analysis of REG Data (1992). J. Scientific Exploration, 6, No.1, pp.23-45.
  5. Effect Size per Hour: A Natural Unit for Interpreting Anomalies Experiments (1994). Tech. Note 94003, September 1994 (34 pages).
  6. Selection Versus Influence Revisited: New Method and Conclusions (1996). J. Scientific Exploration, 10, No.2, pp.253-267.
  7. Combination of Results from Multiple Experiments (1997). Tech. Note 97008, October 1997 (15 pages).
  8. Empirical Evidence Against Decision Augmentation Theory (1998). J. Scientific Exploration, 12, No.2, pp.231-257.*
  9. Evidence That Anomalous Statistical Influence Depends on the Details of the Random Process (1998). J. Scientific Exploration, 12, No.3, pp.407-423.*
  10. Contributions to Variance in REG Experiments: ANOVA Models and Specialized Subsidiary Analyses (2000). J. Scientific Exploration, 14, No.1, pp.73-89.*
  11. Overview of Several Theoretical Models of PEAR Data (2000). J. Scientific Exploration, 14, No.2, pp.163-194.
  12. A Modular Model of Mind/Matter Manifestations (M5) (2001). J. Scientific Exploration, 15, No.3, pp.299-329.*
  13. M*: Vector Representation of the Subliminal Seed Regime of M5 (2002). J. Scientific Exploration, 16, No.3, pp.341-357.*
  14. Statistical Consequences of Data Selection (2003). Tech. Note 2003. 02, April 2003 (18 pages).
  15. Problems of Reproducibility in Complex Mind-Matter Systems (2003). J. Scientific Exploration, 17, No.2, pp.243-270.*
  16. Sensors, Filters, and the Source of Reality (2004). J. Scientific Exploration, 18, No.4, pp.547–570.

Philosophical Perspectives and Cross-Disciplinary Considerations

  1. Anomalies: Analysis and Aesthetics (1989). J. Scientific Exploration, 3, No.1, pp.15-26, 1989.
  2. Acoustical Resonances of Assorted Ancient Structures (1995). PEAR Tech Report #95002, ICRL Tech Report #95.1, March 1995.  (Also published as "Acoustical Resonances of Assorted Ancient Structures."  J. Acoustical Society of America, 99, No. 2, pp. 649-658, 1996, and as "Preliminary Investigations and Cognitive Considerations of the Acoustical Resonances of Selected Archaeological Sites," Antiquity, 70, No. 268, pp. 665-666, 1996.)
  3. Information, Consciousness, and Health (1996). Alternative Therapies, 2, No. 3, pp. 32-38.
  4. Toward a Philosophy of Science in Women's Health Research (1996). J. Scientific Exploration, 10, No. 4, pp. 535-545.
  5. The Subterranean Chamber of the Pyramid of Khufu: A Ritual Map of Ancient Egypt? (1997. Tech. Note 98001, February 1997 (20 pages).
  6. Wishing for Good Weather: A Natural Experiment in Group Consciousness (1997). J. Scientific Exploration, 11, No. 1, pp. 47-58.*
  7. Subjectivity and Intuition in the Scientific Method (1997). (Reprint from Intuition: The Inside Story, R. Davis-Floyd and P. Sven Arvidson, eds., New York and London: Routledge, 1997, pp. 121-128).
  8. Science of the Subjective (1997). J. Scientific Exploration, 11, No. 2, pp. 201-224.*
  9. The Physical Basis of Intentional Healing Systems (1999). Tech. Note 99001, January 1999 (28 pages).
  10. Deviations from Physical Randomness Due to Human Agent Intention? (1999). Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, 10, No. 6, pp. 935-952.
  11. The Case for Inertia as a Vacuum Effect: A Reply to Woodward and Mahood (2000). Foundations of Physics, 30, No. 1,pp. 59-80.
  12. Inertial Mass and the Quantum Vacuum Fields (2001). Ann. Physics, 10, 5, pp.393-414.
  13. 20th and 21st Century Science: Reflections and Projections (2001). J. Scientific Exploration, 15, No. 1, pp. 21-31.
  14. The Challenge of Consciousness (2001). J. Scientific Exploration, 15, No. 4, pp. 443-457.