European Journal of Parapsychology and Research Letters

From 1971 – 1989 the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands housed the Parapsychology Laboratory. This laboratory was a division of the section of experimental psychology of the department of social sciences. The Parapsychology Laboratory was an experimental research-oriented research group and was headed by Prof. Martin Johnson and Dr. Sybo Schouten. The laboratory published a Research Letter (RL) and the European Journal of Parapsychology (EJP). (See volumes and editions below)

Research Letter

This Research Letter was published irregularly depending on the availability of relevant papers. After the Parapsychology Laboratory closed down in 1989 the publication of the Research Letter was terminated. Between 1971 and 1984 a total of 12 editions were published.

 

European Journal of Parapsychology

Original the European Journal (EJP) had four issues per volume, The volumes 1 – 7 (1976 – 1988/89) were published in Utrecht. After the Parapsychology Laboratory closed down the publication of the European Journal was continued with the volumes 8 – 14  (1990– 1998/99) by the Koestler Chair of Parapsychology at the University of Edinburgh (UK). The publication frequency, however, was reduced to one issue per year.

Subsequently, the volumes 15 – 18 ( 2000 – 2003) were published under the chief editorship of Adrian parker by the Department of Psychology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Starting with vol. 19 the EJP returned to Edinburgh and edited by Paul Stevens. It was now published as a digital online publication. Unfortunately, the EJP terminated after volume 25 in 2010.

Volumes 10 – 25 are available for free download from http://ejp.naturalresourceswellbeing.com

 

Digitizing

Since the early EJP’s and RL’s are hard to find nowadays, Michael Tremmel from Germany recently digitized the early ‘Utrecht’ editions that were made available to him for free by the Dutch Foundation Het Johan Borgman Fonds. He also digitized the vol. 8 – 18 editions made available to him by the IGGP in Freiburg, Germany. His experiences with this digitizing project will be published soon in ‘Mindfield’, the member’s newsletter of the Parapsychological Association.

We are in debt to the former publishers and editors for the friendly given permission to Michael Tremmel to make these early publications available for free downloading to all concerned.

 

Research Letter no. 1 (December 1971)

Research Letter no. 2 (March 1972)

Research Letter no. 3 (June 1972)

Research Letter no. 4 (November 1972)

Research Letter no. 5 (February 1974)

Research Letter no. 6 (February 1976)

Research Letter no. 7 (October 1976)

Research Letter no. 8 (October 1977)

Research Letter no. 9 (February 1979)

Research Letter no. 10 (August 1980)

Research Letter no. 11 (August 1981)

Research Letter no. 12 (May 1984)

 

European Journal of Parapsychology _vol_02_1977

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_03_1979-81

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_04_1981-83

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_05_1983-85

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_06_1985-87

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_07_1987-89

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_08_1990-91

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_09_1992-93

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_10_1994

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_11_1995

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_12_1996

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_13_1997

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_14_1998-99

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_15_2000

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_16_2001

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_17_2002

European Journal of Parapsychology_vol_18_2003