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PSI Journal of Investigative Psychical Research
The PSI Journal

The PSI Journal of Investigative Psychical Research is available free of charge to members of PSI; you can sign up to PSI using the web form, right. The Journal is also available at the British Library (ISSN: 1749-3528) and is kept with the SPR library for members of the Society for Psychical Research.

Each Journal issue is a substantive document that strives to be as academic in style as possible whilst still retaining levels of accessibility essential to lay research.

The Journal can include:
>> Non-experimental research articles geared towards lay paranormal theories used when investigating.
>> Write ups of experimental research designed to inform and improve the way we investigate the paranormal.
>> Investigation reports that are approved for publication.
>> Reviews of books of interest to investigators and researchers.
>> Submissions by external, occasionally non-academic contributors.  

In line with academic standards, the PSI Journal is striving to be peer-reviewed.

Get Involved with the PSI Journal
In addition to the work PSI already does with investigation groups, there is the scope for any suitable person to get involved with PSI research. You can help at any number of levels, either inside PSI or contributing from outside of PSI.  

External involvement: Members of other teams, PSI members or individuals can get involved, for example:
>> Submitting an article as a guest contributor
>> Joining the Editorial Board, for those with enough experience
>> Collaborating with PSI researchers on articles  

Internal involvement: PSI members or others who want to get more involved can:
>> Help with article writing, research and experimental design
>> Submit book reviews, perhaps if you have less experience
>> Be involved as an experiment participant or assistant  

Please email us if you would like to contribute or to get involved.