This issue of Mindfield: The Bulletin of the Parapsychological Association is dedicated to the extraordinary achievements of Bob Morris and the Koestler Parapsychology Unit with articles by Caroline Watt and Bernard Carr. In addition, a presidential column by Chris Roe underlines the inaccurate way in which parapsychology research is portrayed in psychology textbooks.  Ed May gives a summary of his career and ongoing activities in Reflections and past Student Representative Erika Annabelle describes educational opportunities for students seriously interested in the field. Relevant excerpts from the John Palmer's Secretary's report is reprinted, and Leo Ruickbie delivers a thorough account of the past PA/SPR convention at the University of Greenwich. As always, Gerd Hövelmann contributes his list of relevant  papers, and Dean Radin contributes an obituary of his friend, Dick Shoup.  Download here.

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