Ray Hyman is professor emeritus of psychology, University of Oregon.
An Inside Look at a ‘Psychic’s’ World
A review of Psychic Blues: Confessions of a Conflicted Medium by Mark Edward.
The Modern Skeptical Movement Would Not Exist without Him
Martin not only wrote the seminal textbook for the modern skeptical movement, but he was also central to the actual founding of the movement.
A Tribute to Jerry Andrus—Magician, Creator of Master Illusions
Jerry Andrus--master magician and creator of innovative illusions--died peacefully August 26, 2007.
Who attends these gatherings? What takes place? How do they serve as a tribute to this remarkable man?
Challenged on the evidence for anomalous cognition, participants in a conference on the subject simply ignored the challenge.
Commentary on John P.A. Ionnidis’s ‘Why Most Published Research Findings are False’
We need to consider the prior or pre-study probability that a finding will be true to find the posterior or post-study...
Statistics of the Natasha Test: Response to Concerns and Questions
The television program The Girl with the X-ray Eyes has appeared on the Discovery Channel in Europe and Asia.
June 7, 2005
This commentary is a supplement to my previous report on CSICOP's test of Natasha Demkina's claim (Hyman, 2005).
Can a seventeen-year-old girl truly "see" inside a person's body? Hyman and colleagues conducted tests to search for the truth.
Follow-up to Shwartz' response
Professor Gary Schwartz makes revolutionary claims that he has provided scientific evidence for survival of consciousness
8 things skeptics can do to upgrade the quality of their criticism
The recent media frenzy over the Stargate report violated the truth.
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