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Caroline Watt
Caroline Watt
Koestler Chair of Parapsychology, University of Edinburgh
Verified email at ed.ac.uk - Homepage
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An introduction to parapsychology
HJ Irwin, CA Watt
McFarland, 2007
6302007
Measuring superstitious belief: Why lucky charms matter
R Wiseman, C Watt
Personality and individual differences 37 (8), 1533-1541, 2004
3282004
Misinformation lingers in memory: failure of three pro-vaccination strategies
S Pluviano, C Watt, S Della Sala
PloS one 12 (7), e0181640, 2017
2522017
There is nothing paranormal about near-death experiences: how neuroscience can explain seeing bright lights, meeting the dead, or being convinced you are one of them
D Mobbs, C Watt
Trends in cognitive sciences 15 (10), 447-449, 2011
1732011
Belief in psychic ability and the misattribution hypothesis: A qualitative review
R Wiseman, C Watt
British Journal of Psychology 97 (3), 323-338, 2006
1612006
The eyes don’t have it: Lie detection and neuro-linguistic programming
R Wiseman, C Watt, L ten Brinke, S Porter, SL Couper, C Rankin
PloS one 7 (7), e40259, 2012
1292012
An investigation into alleged ‘hauntings’
R Wiseman, C Watt, P Stevens, E Greening, C O’Keeffe
Parapsychology, 99-115, 2017
1142017
Of two minds: Sceptic‐proponent collaboration within parapsychology
M Schlitz, R Wiseman, C Watt, D Radin
British Journal of Psychology 97 (3), 313-322, 2006
982006
Paranormal experiences, mental health and mental boundaries, and psi
T Rabeyron, C Watt
Personality and Individual Differences 48 (4), 487-492, 2010
952010
Comparison of the sender/no sender condition in the ganzfeld.
R Morris, K Dalton, DL Delanoy, C Watt
38th Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association, 244-259, 1995
851995
Cognitive and psychological mediators of anxiety: Evidence from a study of paranormal belief and perceived childhood control
C Watt, S Watson, L Wilson
Personality and Individual Differences 42 (2), 335-343, 2007
842007
Parents’ beliefs in misinformation about vaccines are strengthened by pro-vaccine campaigns
S Pluviano, C Watt, G Ragazzini, S Della Sala
Cognitive processing 20, 325-331, 2019
752019
An investigation into the alleged haunting of Hampton Court Palace: Psychological variables and magnetic fields
R Wiseman, C Watt, E Greening, P Stevens, C O'Kefffe
Journal of Parapsychology, 2002
712002
An investigation into the alleged haunting of Hampton Court Palace: Psychological variables and magnetic fields
R Wiseman, C Watt, E Greening, P Stevens, C O'Kefffe
Journal of Parapsychology, 2002
712002
An investigation into the alleged haunting of Hampton Court Palace: Psychological variables and magnetic fields
R Wiseman, C Watt, E Greening, P Stevens, C O'Kefffe
Journal of Parapsychology, 2002
692002
Creativity and ease of ambiguous figural reversal
R Wiseman, C Watt, K Gilhooly, G Georgiou
British Journal of Psychology 102 (3), 615-622, 2011
662011
Experimenter differences in cognitive correlates of paranormal belief and in psi
C Watt, R Wiseman
The Journal of Parapsychology 66 (4), 371, 2002
432002
Registered reports: an early example and analysis
R Wiseman, C Watt, D Kornbrot
PeerJ 7, e6232, 2019
422019
The effects of source expertise and trustworthiness on recollection: the case of vaccine misinformation
S Pluviano, S Della Sala, C Watt
Cognitive Processing 21, 321-330, 2020
412020
Experimenter effects with a remote facilitation of attention focusing task: A study with multiple believer and disbeliever experimenters
C Watt, P Ramakers
The Journal of Parapsychology 67 (1), 99, 2003
362003
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