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BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF VOICES
Historic audio recordings from the 1970s and early 80s, conducted by Dr Seymour Mauskopf and Dr Michael McVaugh for The Elusive Science: Origins of Experimental Psychical Research, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1980. Recordings accessed from the Seymour Mauskopf Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University, with kind permission from Dr Seymour Mauskopf.
Lewis E. Anderson (1912-2007)
Professor of Botany, Duke University.
Katharine M. Banham (1897-1995)
First woman to be awarded a PhD at the University of Montreal (1934). Professor of Psychology, Duke University.
John M. ‘Jack’ Bevan (1924-2000)
Professor of Psychology, Duke University.
William Bevan (1922-2007)
Cognitive psychologist. Provost, Duke University. Executive officer, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Kathleen M. Goldney (1894-1992)
Worked with mathematician S.G. Soal on ESP experiments with Basil Shackleton.
Joseph A. Greenwood (1906-1988)
Professor of Mathematics, Duke University. Specialised in the mathematical evaluation of data in the field of parapsychology.
Paul M. Gross (1895-1986)
Professor of Department of Chemistry, Duke University.
Rosalind Heywood (1895-1980)
Vice President, Society for Psychical Research. Author of ‘The Sixth Sense – An Enquiry into Extrasensory Perception’ (1959).
Gertrude M. Johnson (dates unknown)
Subject of Mr G.N.M. Tyrrell (1879-1952) in precognitive clairvoyance experiments.
Guy W. Lambert (1889-1983/84)
President, Society for Psychical Research. Specialised in research on spontaneous cases of extrasensory perception.
Seymour Mauskopf (b.1938)
Professor Emeritus of History, Duke University, Durham, NC. Author of ‘The Elusive Science: Origins of Experimental Psychical Research’ (1980, with Michael McVaugh).
Michael McVaugh (b.1938)
Professor Emeritus of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Author of ‘The Elusive Science: Origins of Experimental Psychical Research’ (1980, with Seymour Mauskopf).
James G. Miller (1916-2002)
Biologist and Dr of Psychology. Originated the modern use of the term ‘behavioural science’. Editor of the journal ‘Behavioural Science’.
Gardner Murphy (1895-1979)
President, American Psychological Association, and Society for Psychical Research, and American Society for Psychical Research. Director, Parapsychology Foundation.
Lois B. Murphy (1902-2003)
Specilaised in child psychology; developmental psychology; experimental social psychology.
Edwin B. Newman (1943-1990)
Chair of the Department of Psychology, Harvard University. Board of Directors, American Psychological Association.
Sara Ownbey Zirkle (dates unknown)
Participant in ESP experiments and supervisor of experiments in Rhine’s ESP research group at Duke University, including distance telepathy work.
J.Gaither Pratt (1910-1979)
Research associate of J.B. Rhine and Assistant Director, Parapsychology Laboratory, Duke University. President Parapsychological Association.
J.B. Rhine (1895-1980)
Professor of Psychology, Duke University. Co-founder of the Parapsychology Laboratory, Duke University. Founded scientific research in parapsychology as a branch of psychology.
Louisa E. Rhine (1891-1983)
Parapsychologist and Doctor of Botany. Staff member, Parapsychology Laboratory, Duke University. Married to J.B. Rhine.
Sally Rhine Feather (b.1930)
Experimental and clinical psychologist. Daughter of Dr. J.B. Rhine and Louisa E. Rhine. Director Emeritus of the Rhine Research Center, Durham, NC.
Gertrude R. Schmeidler (1912-2009)
Professor of Psychology, City University of New York. President of the Parapsychological Association.
B.F. Skinner (1904-1990)
Behaviourist psychologist, author, and social philosopher. Inventor of the ‘Skinner Box’ operant conditioning chamber. Professor of Psychology at Harvard University.
Dael Wolfle (1906-2002)
Conducted work in the application of statistical methods to psychology. Executive Director of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.