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Matt Nisbet

Matthew C. Nisbet, Ph.D, is a professor in the School of Communication at American University. From 1997 to 1999, he worked as public relations director for CSICOP and Skeptical Inquirer.

The Best Case for ESP?

Generation sXeptic
July 28, 2000
The Best Case for ESP?

Imagine that you are recruited for a ganzfeld experiment, touted as the best known method for testing for "psi" ability.

CSICOP Response to Fox’s Signs From God: Science Tests Faith

July 29, 1999

Program Aims for Ratings while Abusing Science and Exploiting Belief Systems

Hollywood Plans a Paranormal End to the Summer

July 22, 1999

Skeptical Inquirer Magazine Offers Critical Guide to Movie Topics

The Phantom Menace of Superstition in Film and Television

May 28, 1999
The Phantom Menace of Superstition in Film and Television

This is an essay about George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, Dark Lords of the Sith.

Worcestor Bishop Releases Preliminary Findings in Audrey Santo Case

January 21, 1999

CSICOP Senior Research Fellow Joe Nickell to Appear on NBC Nightly News Tonight at 630EST

Firing of JAMA Editor Wrong Decision

January 21, 1999

Last Friday's firing of George Lundberg, the seventeen-year editor of The Journal of the American Medical Association...

Alternative Medicine, Impact Threats, Abrupt Climate Change, and Efficient Energy

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 22.6, November / December 1998

Special Report

A brief review of several of the sessions at the World Skeptics Congress

CSICOP in the News

Skeptical Briefs Volume 7.3, September 1997

CSICOP in the news, 1997

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