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- The European Journal of Parapsychology (EJP) was a peer-reviewed scientific journal for research — particularly theoretical and theory-driven empirical work - relating to the field of parapsychology (defined as the study of communication or interaction between organisms and their environment that do not appear to rely on the established sensorimotor channels). The Journal's aim was to stimulate and enhance activity in parapsychology, particularly in Europe, by publishing articles, reviews and comments that offered insight into or criticisms of parapsychological research. The Journal also published peer-reviewed Student Research Briefs.
- University of Derby; University of Edinburgh; University of Gothenburg; University of Utrecht.
- Archive at http://ejp.wyrdwise.com/