Psychic Medium Researcher, Dr. Julie Beischel Responds to Criticisms of Her Research

Windbridge Institute co-founder and psychic medium researcher, Dr. Julie Beischel explains how the paranormal phenomena of psychic reading is ripe for serious scientific inquiry.

[USPRwire, Mon Sep 22 2008] Join Alex Tsakiris for a interview with Dr. Julie Beischel on her response to critics of her research into psychic mediums. During the 45-minute interview Beischel discusses the challenges of going beyond skeptical debunking:

“I think people fail to understand that proper research design includes optimizing the possibility of achieving positive results. If you wanted to study plant growth, you don’t put a dry seed on the bench top in the lab and then say, ‘Plants can’t grow.’ You use soil, water, sunlight, and then you study the growth of the seed.”

Beischel also discusses the upcoming demonstration of psychic medium communication being carried out by Skeptiko and the Skeptics Guide to the Universe.

A complete transcript of the interview is available at:

Dr. Julie Beischel is Director of Research at the Windbridge Institute, and was the first ever recipient of the William James Post-doctoral Fellowship in Mediumship and Survival Research. Her research interests center on the survival of consciousness hypothesis and include proof-focused studies on mediums' communication with discarnates and process-focused studies on mediums' experiences of that communication.

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