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Central Psi Research Institute

Central Psi Research Institute

Founded in 1977 with a membership of statisticians, psychologists, physicists, and others interested in paranormal phenomena. The institute was dedicated to furthering the development of parapsychology and working to integrate parapsychology into the established academic and scientific arena. Activities included research projects, a midwestern premonitions registry, spontaneous case study files, and a comprehensive education file on parapsychology teachers and courses. The institute offered support services for persons who experience paranormal phenomena daily, conducted in-service educational programs, and arranged classes for educational groups locally. The emphasis was on skepticism and empiricism. The institute published a bimonthly newsletter and a journal, Insights. Last known address: 4800 N. Milwaukee Ave., Ste. 210, Chicago, IL 60630.

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