Science, Skepticism and the Paranormal

CSICOP's first international conference of scientists and skeptics

28 29 October 1983

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29 speakers

  • Paul Kurtz CSICOP Chairman and Professor of Philosophy, SUNY at Buffalo
  • James Alcock Professor of Psychology, York University, Toronto, Canada
  • Irving Biederman Professor of Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo
  • C.E.M. Hansel Professor of Psychology, University of Wales, UK
  • Robert L. Morris Senior Researcher, Computer and Information Sciences, Syracuse University
  • William Jarvis Professor of Health Education, School of Health Professions, Loma Linda University
  • Stephen Barrett Chairman of the Lehigh Valley Committee Against Health Fraud, Allentown, PA
  • Lowell Streiker Executive Director of the Freedom Counseling Center, Burlingame, CA
  • James Randi @JamesRandi Magician and author
  • Michael Edwards Magician and Project Alpha participant
  • Steven Shaw @Banachek Magician and Project Alpha participant
  • Daisie M. Radner Associate Professor of Philosophy, SUNY at Buffalo
  • Mario Bunge Professor of Philosophy, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
  • Stephen Toulmin Professor of Social Thought and Philosophy, University of Chicago
  • Ray Hyman Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon at Eugene
  • Daryl Bem Professor of Psychology, Cornell University

11 sessions

Day 1 from 9:30am to 10:30pm Friday 28th October 1983

Day 2 from 9:30am to 10:30pm Saturday 29th October 1983

12 known attendees

  • Paul Kurtz
  • James Alcock
  • Irving Biederman
  • Lowell Streiker
  • Rita Swan
  • Mario Mendez-Acosta
  • Mike Hutchinson
  • Kendrick Frazier
  • James Randi
  • Banachek
  • Daryl Bem
  • Robert Sheaffer

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