Outline of parapsychology  

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Parapsychology is the study of alleged paranormal psychological phenomena. Phenomena studied include extra-sensory perception, psychokinesis, and survival of consciousness after death; parapsychologists call these phenomena psi, a neutral term non-suggestive of what causes the phenomena or experiences. Parapsychology is a fringe science because it involves research that does not fit within standard theoretical models accepted by mainstream science. So far, none of the paranormal phenomena studied by parapsychology has been proved to exist.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and introduction to parapsychology:

Contents

Essence of parapsychology

Main article: Parapsychology

History of parapsychology

Main article: History of parapsychology

Basic parapsychology concepts

Parapsychologists

Parapsychology lists

Main article: List of parapsychology topics

See also





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