Lance Storm earned a B.A. (Honours) in psychology (1998) and a Ph.D. in parapsychology (2002) at University of Adelaide, South Australia. He has published in Psychological Bulletin, the Journal of Parapsychology and the Jungian journal Quadrant. He is on the editorial board of the Australian Journal of Parapsychology, in which he regularly publishes, and is a full member of the Parapsychological Association and the Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research. He has written a book on the psychology and symbolism of numbers from a Jungian perspective. He is co-recipient with Dr. Michael Thalbourne, of the D. Scott Rogo Award for Literature (2002). In 2003, he was awarded the Gertrude R. Schmeidler Student of the Year Award for work in parapsychology. He is co-editor of the book Parapsychology in the Twenty-First Century (2005). Currently, as a Visiting Research Fellow, he is conducting parapsychological research in the Department of Psychology, University of Adelaide, where he assisted Dr. Michael A. Thalbourne in establishing an Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit.