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Below are links to research organizations, nonprofits, and other sources of information about experiences suggestive of afterlife and related research. IFSR does not endorse the contents of these sites but offers them for your interest. This site offers extensive links to sources of the history of “survival research” dealing with “life after death” experiences, current and past researchers, and research and educational organizations related to postmortem survival. Within the Division of Perceptual Studies (formerly the Division of Personality Studies) of the University of Virginia’s Department of Psychiatric Studies, several distinguished researchers use scientific methods to investigate apparent paranormal phenomena. The Rhine Research Center promotes research and investigation of paranormal science. Founded by astronaut Edgar Mitchell, Ph.D., the Institute of Noetic Sciences explores frontiers of consciousness. The American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomena is an organization dedicated to public education about electronic voice phenomena (EVP) and “instrumental transcommunication” (ITC), and to supporting experimentation in these areas. Psychologist/researcher Charles T. Tart, Ph.D. includes in this site, published papers related to survival after death research, recommended reading, links, and other resources about parapsychology, transpersonal psychology, and consciousness studies. The Monroe Institute is a nonprofit educational and research organization devoted to human consciousness exploration. The Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies encourages the exchange of ideas and education about psychical research among clergy, academics and scientists. The site contains links to many sites concerning life after death experiences and research, consciousness research, and spirituality. This site is a bookstore dedicated to the eminent, early American psychologist William James. It features books about early psychical research, parapsychology, and consciousness research. The International Association for Near Death Studies is a nonprofit offering support to NDE experiencers and educational resources to the public. Parapsychology Foundation offers a worldwide forum supporting scientific investigation of psychic phenomena. Created by parapsychologist Carlos Alvarado, Ph.D., this site offers comprehensive links to many aspects of the parapsychological research field. The Society for Psychical Research in England is the first organization of its kind to examine allegedly paranormal phenomena in a scientific way. The American Society for Psychical Research is the oldest psychical research organization in the United States. Website of Stanley Krippner, researcher and author at Saybrook Institute.