my PhD in Continental Philosophy from the University of Dundee
in 1991. In 1995 joined the Koestler Parapsychology Unit as a contract
research worker. My research focus at the Unit has been on
precognition, which I have investigated using multiple approaches
(surveys, experiments, reviews, and philosophical analyses). From
1999-2001 I was invited to the Institut fuer Grenzgebiete der
Psychologie und Psychohygiene in Freiburg (Germany) to work with
Holger Boesch and Emil Boller on a large meta-analysis on the effect
of human intention on the output of REGs. My work at the Unit has also
been funded by grants gained from the Fundacao Bial and the Perrott-Warwick
Fund. I retain my interest in Continental Philosophy and I publish in
both parapsychology and philosophy.
Books - Edited
Steinkamp, F. (Ed.) (2002).
Parapsychology, Philosophy and the Mind.
Essays Honoring John Beloff. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co. [Includes
contributions from Geoffrey Madell, Stephen Palmquist, Terence
Timothy Sprigge and others]
Books - Translated
Steinkamp, F. (Ed. and Trans) (2002).
Clara. Or, On Nature's
the Spirit World, by F. W. J. Schelling. Edited and with an
by Fiona Steinkamp. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
Steinkamp, F. (2002). Parapsychological phenomena and the sense of
In F. Steinkamp (Ed.) Parapsychology, Philosophy and the Mind. A
Festschrift in Honour of John Beloff's 80th Birthday. North Carolina:
McFarland & Co.
Steinkamp, F. (expected 2003). Eternity and time - Levinas returns to
Schelling. In J. Wirth (Ed) Why Schelling Now? Indiana: Indiana
Steinkamp, F. (in preparation). Forced-choice experiments: Their Past
and Their Future. In M. Thalbourne & L. Storm (Eds) Parapsychology in
Steinkamp, F. (1991). Difference and indifference. [A comparison of
Derrida and Schelling] The Journal of the British Society for
Phenomenology, 22, 185-96
Steinkamp, F. (1994). Cartesian doubt renewed. American Catholic
Philosophical Quarterly, 68, 73-85
Steinkamp, F. (1994). Schelling's account of primal nature in The Ages
the World. Idealistic Studies, 24, 173-189
Steinkamp, F. (1997). Gender and postmodern communication. The Monist,
Steinkamp, F. (1999). Schelling's concept of the will. Idealistic
Steinkamp, F. (2002). Schelling's Clara - Editors' obscurity. Journal
of English and Germanic Philology, 101, 478-496.
Steinkamp, F. (submitted). Life, death and Schelling.
Steinkamp, F. (in preparation). Willing.
Steinkamp, F. (1996). Experimentation or experience? Issues about
validity. The European Journal of Parapsychology, 12, 44-60.
Steinkamp, F. (in press). Experimentieren oder Erfahren.
Zeitschrift für Parapsychologie und Grenzgebiete der Psychologie.
Translated version of "Experimentation or experience? Issues about
validity" as above.
Steinkamp, F. (1998). Psychology, psi and the web. Journal of the
Society for Psychical Research, 92, 256-278
Steinkamp, F., Milton, J. & Morris, R.L. (1998). A meta-analysis of
forced-choice experiments comparing clairvoyance and precognition.
of Parapsychology, 62, 193-218.
Steinkamp, F. (1999). Testing clairvoyance and precognition by
manipulating probabilities: A conceptual assessment of the
literature. Journal of Parapsychology, 63, 99-130.
Dalton, K., Steinkamp, F. & Sherwood, S.J. (1999). A dream GESP study
using dynamic targets and consensus vote. Journal of the American
for Psychical Research, 93, 145-166.
Steinkamp, F. (2000). Does precognition foresee the future? A postal
experiment examining the possibility of true precognition. Journal of
Parapsychology, 64, 3-18.
Steinkamp, F. (2001). Does precognition foresee the future? Two
replications. Series 2: In the Laboratory . Series 3: On the WWW.
of Parapsychology, 65, 17-40.
Steinkamp, F. (2002). Psi on the Web: Two replication studies. Journal
Parapsychology, 66, 169-176.
Steinkamp, F. (in press). Acting on the future: A survey of
experiences. Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research.
Sherwood, S. J., Dalton, K., Steinkamp, F., & Watt, C. (2000). Dream
study 2 using dynamic video-clips: Investigation of consensus voting
judging procedures and target emotionality. Dreaming, 10, 221-236.