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The SRU, formerly the Synchronicty Research Unit, is a foundation founded in the Netherlands by Jeff C. Jacobs, a Dutch engineer and statistician. He brought together a team of researchers that included Scottish parapsychologist Brian Miller, who now resides in the Netherlands, to pursue theoretical speculation on the basis of psychic phenomena and to carry out a directed program of research. During the decade of its existence, research has focused on psi-guided awakenings from sleep and theoretical speculation on the problem of the possible influence of the observer on psychic events (a particular interest of Miller's). With the cutback of research at the University of Utrecht, the SRU has emerged as one of the most productive centers of Dutch psychical research. It may be contacted at P.O. Box 7625, 5601 JP Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

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