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Rivista Di Studi Psichici (Journal)

Rivista Di Studi Psichici (Journal)

The first Italian psychical research periodical, founded by Dr. G. B. Ermacora with Georgio Finzi in January 1895. The journal was carefully and critically conducted on principles analogous to those of the Proceedings of the Society of Psychical Research. After the death of Ermacora in 1898, Count Cesar Baudi de Vesme became its editor, publishing a simultaneous French edition (Revue des Etudes Psychiques ) until 1905, when the journal was amalgamated with the Annales des Sciences Psychiques.

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