The new SPR Psi Encyclopedia has its own dedicated Twitter feed.
SPR Supported Projects
Volunteers are needed for a PhD research project at the University of Central Lancashire, to investigate what people think they're hearing when exposed to unidentified sounds.
The Northants Herald and Post has published an article outlining projects that will be conducted by the University of Northampton's Centre for the Study of Anomalous Psychological Processes with financial assistance from the SPR.
An interview conducted by Michael Tymn with Robert McLuhan, SPR Council Member and Commissioning Editor for the books and digital publications on psychical research that the SPR is currently developing, is on the White Crow Books website.
We have now broken through the 1,000 followers barrier on Twitter. Please feel free to follow us - @spr1882. Or we can be found on Facebook at The Society for Psychical Research (SPR).
The latest issue of Psychic News (September 2015) carries an article by Lew Sutton on a presentation given at the recent SPR conference by Professor Chris Roe on mediumship research.
The abstracts for the joint 2015 SPR/Parapsychological Association conference are available as a downloadable PDF.
The programme for the joint conference which is being held by the SPR and the Parapsychological Association at the University of Greenwich (16-19 July) is on the website.
A news release from the University of Northampton describes the visit of five members of the university's Centre for the Study of Anomalous Psychological Processes (CSAPP) to New York.
The SPR will be joining forces with the Parapsychological Association to hold a joint conference at the University of Greenwich in south London between 16-19 July.