Research: Methods

Mediumship Research Methods


Ideally, laboratory-based mediumship research includes two equally important factors: (i) a research environment that optimizes the mediumship process for both the medium and the hypothesized discarnate and (ii) research methods that maximize the experimental blinding of the medium, the rater, and the experimenters in order to eliminate all conventional explanations for the information and its accuracy and specificity. The methods used by Windbridge Researchers include: specific research reading protocols; the pairing and formatting of readings; experimental blinding; the thorough screening of all research participants; and a specific scoring system used by raters.

Peer-reviewed Article

Anthology Chapter