Our research consists of testing to what degree an apparently extraordinary phenomenon can be explained and understood within current scientific knowledge.  Anomalistic research differs from other research lines considered pseudoscientific (e.g., parapsychology) in that it does not aim to validate, defend, or deny, either arbitrarily or as a matter of imposed skepticism, the existence of extraordinary phenomena.  The main objective of anomalistic research is to understand, without judging, in scientific terms what these phenomena are, why they occur and what consequences they have both on people's lives and the advancement of scientific knowledge. 

WHAT DOES ANOMALISTIC RESEARCH MEAN?

Chris French Conference 

An Introduction to Paranormal Psychology

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