The Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research, Inc.
(AIPR, Inc., or Parapsychology Institute) is a non-profit scientific and community society founded in 1977.
The organisation promotes research and public education into
parapsychological phenomena. The AIPR does not hold any specific corporate
or religious beliefs. The field of research and investigation is
restricted to Australasia (Australia and nearby countries).
Dr. Lance Storm: University of Adelaide
Lance Storm earned a B.A. (Honours) in psychology (1998) and a Ph.D. in parapsychology
(2002) at the University of Adelaide, South Australia. He has published in
Psychological Bulletin, the Journal of Parapsychology, Journal
of Scientific Exploration, the Jungian journal Quadrant, and
elsewhere. He is a full member of the Parapsychological Association, and the
Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research, Inc., of whose journal the
Australian Journal of Parapsychology he is current editor. In 2003, he
was awarded the Gertrude R. Schmeidler Student of the Year Award
for work in
parapsychology, and in 2007 the Parapsychology
Foundation honoured him by awarding him the
Frances P. Bolton Fellowship.
co-edited two books
with Dr. Michael A. Thalbourne:
Parapsychology in the Twenty-First Century
The Survival of Human Consciousness
he edited the book
Synchronicity: Multiple Perspectives on Meaningful Coincidence
(2008). He is the author of two books:
The Enigma of Numbers (2008) and
A Parapsychological Investigation of the Theory of Psychopraxia
and he co-authored, with Dr. Adam Rock, the book
Shamanism and Psi (2011). As a
Research Fellow, he conducts parapsychological research
in the Brain and Cognition Centre in the
School of Psychology, University of Adelaide.
Neurophysiology and Parapsychology
Dr. Vladimir Dubaj:
Melbourne, Monash University
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0415 747 784
Vladimir Dubaj earned his B.Sc. (honours) in
Neurophysiology at Monash University, Victoria and a PhD in Biomedical
Instrumentation/Optics at Swinburne University. He has been involved with
research in a range of areas, including the effects of mobile phone radiation
on memory formation to modifying brain processes using magnetic fields with a
technique called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). He is currently a
postdoctoral fellow working in the field of neuroscience at Monash University.
He has a keen parallel interest in investigating ghosts and haunting phenomena
as well as poltergeist activity.
Parapsychology and Psychology
Mitchell: Adelaide / Melbourne
or phone: 0409 615 924
is a B.A. graduate and author of a number of peer-reviewed articles on
parapsychological themes. He has a long history in field investigations, and
is particularly interested in investigating poltergeist activity and hauntings. He is a specialist
consultant for the Australian Journal of Parapsychology.
Robb Tilley: Sydney
Phone: (02) 9816 4279
Robb is a businessman with considerable
experience investigating poltergeist activity and hauntings.
The AIPR from time to time holds meetings in Sydney.
Re-visit this site on a regular basis for up-to-date information,
or join the mailing list.
membership is confidential.
appears in our publications, and the opinions expressed by speakers
at AIPR events, are not specifically endorsed by the AIPR.
Bequeathing to AIPR
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"I bequeath $. . . . . . to the Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research
Inc. (AIPR, Inc., P.O. Box 295, Gladesville, NSW 2111), for general purposes" or you might have a specific purpose in mind. All enquiries in confidence to our public officer, Robb Tilley on (02) 9816 4279.
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Or post a cheque or money order with your
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Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research Inc.
P.O. Box 295
Gladesville, NSW 2111