|About the PA | Member Index||Who is Adrian Parker?|
Parker holds Doctors and Masters degrees in Psychology from the University of
Edinburgh, qualifying in clinical psychology 1974 from the Tavistock Clinic,
London, and obtaining his doctorate at Edinburgh in 1977.
Licensed clinical psychologist, having held a number of clinical appointments in the adult and child clinical area both in the UK and in Sweden. In 1993, became an Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in the Psychology Department, Gothenburg University, with tenure from 1997.
Member of the Swedish Psychological Association, the British Psychological
Society, the Society for Psychical Research, and Council/Board Member of the
Parapsychological Association, and Examiner for the Swedish Society for Clinical
and Experimental Hypnosis.
Parker, A. (1987) Psi in search of consensus Commentary. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 10: 4, 602-603.
Parker, A. (1990) Towards an international profession of clinical psychology: An Anglo-Swedish perspective. International Journal of Psychology, 25, 355-370.
Parker, A. (1993) The normality and abnormality of paranormal experiences: Predictions from clinical, cognitive and psi models. In L. Coly (Edit.) Psi and Clinical Practice. New York., Parapsychology Foundation.
Parker, A., Frederiksen, A., & Johansson, H. (1997). Towards specifying the recipe for success with the Ganzfeld: Replication of the Ganzfeld findings using a manual Ganzfeld with subjects reporting paranormal experiences. European Journal of Parapsychology, 13, 15- 27.
Parker, A., Grams, D., & Pettersson, C. (1998). Some further variables to psi in the Ganzfeld. Journal of Parapsychology, 62, 27-45.
Parker, A. (2000) A review of the Ganzfeld work at Gothenburg University. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 1-15.
Parker, A., Persson, A., & Haller, A. (2000) Using qualitative Ganzfeld research for theory development: top down processes in psi-mediation. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 64, 65-81
Parker, A. (2001a) Parapsychology: The good, the bad and the ugly. Paranormal Review, April, 18-26
Parker, A. (2001b) What can cognitive psychology and parapsychology tell us about near-death Experiences Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, 65, 225-240
Parker, A. (20001c) The Ganzfeld: Suggested Improvements of an apparently successful method for psi research. Symposium presentation. XXVII International Congress of psychology, Stockholm. European Journal of parapsychology, 16, 23-29
Parker, A. (in press) Introduction. Book chapter in Parapsychology and Clinical Psychology. Edit. C. Alvarado. New York: Parapsychology Foundation