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Dean Radin

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Dean Radin is a psychology professor at Sonoma State University, but is popularly known for his "research" in the field of parapsychology. He is a member of the Institute for Noetic Sciences and former president of the Parapsychological Association. In addition to his books, he has become popularly associated with the Global Consciousness Project. Nature caused a flap within the scientific and parapsychological communities after it published a critical review of Radin's book The Conscious Universe and subsequently allowed Radin to reply in the journal.[1][2]

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  1. I. J. Good. (1997). "Where has the billion trillion gone?". Nature 389 (2): 806–807
  2. Unfounded criticism of a parapsychology book in Nature, Brian Josephson
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