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Kenneth McRitchie
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Canadian poet, tech writer, and astrological researcher
Canadian poet, tech writer, and astrological researcher

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Clearing the logjam in astrological research
Commentary on Geoffrey Dean and Ivan Kelly’s article “Is astrology relevant to consciousness and psi?” Abstract: Two of the staunchest critics of astrology presented their case in an article
published in the Journal of Consciousness Studies (2003) that has ...

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Cognitive bias in the McGrew and McFall experiment
Review of “A scientific inquiry into the validity of astrology”  [PDF] ABSTRACT. The McGrew and McFall experiment attempted to resolve a
weakness that the authors identified in Shawn Carlson’s 1985 double-blind
astrological chart matching and self-selection...

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Confirmation bias in the Wyman and Vyse experiment
Review of “Science versus the stars: A double-blind test of the validity of the NEO Five-Factor Inventory and computer-generated astrological natal charts” [PDF] ABSTRACT. Psychologists Alyssa Jayne Wyman and Stuart Vyse designed their replication of Shawn ...

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Stock trading indicators in the Yuan, Zheng, and Zhu lunar cycles research
Review of "Are Investors Moon struck? Lunar Phases and Stock Returns" [PDF] The study of Moon phases and stock market returns by Kathy Yuan, Lu Zheng, and Qiaoqiao Zhu, which we can call the YZZ study, is one of the most frequently cited research experiment...

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Support for astrology from the Carlson double-blind experiment
Review of “A double-blind test of astrology” [PDF]   and follow up studies ABSTRACT. The Carlson double-blind study, published in 1985 in Nature  (one of the world’s leading scientific publications) has long been regarded as one of the most definitive indic...

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Cognitive bias in the McGrew and McFall experiment
Review of “A scientific inquiry into the validity of astrology”  [PDF] ABSTRACT. The McGrew and McFall experiment attempted to resolve a
weakness that the authors identified in Shawn Carlson’s 1985 double-blind
astrological chart matching and self-selection...

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Support for astrology from the Carlson double-blind experiment
Review of “A double-blind test of astrology” [PDF]   and follow up studies ABSTRACT. The Carlson double-blind study, published in 1985 in Nature  (one of the world’s leading scientific publications) has long been regarded as one of the most definitive indic...

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Confirmation bias in the Wyman and Vyse experiment
Review of “Science versus the stars: A double-blind test of the validity of the NEO Five-Factor Inventory and computer-generated astrological natal charts” [PDF] ABSTRACT. Psychologists Alyssa Jayne Wyman and Stuart Vyse designed their replication of Shawn ...

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Support for astrology from the Carlson double-blind experiment
Review of “A double-blind test of astrology” [PDF]   and follow up studies ABSTRACT. The Carlson double-blind study, published in 1985 in Nature  (one of the world’s leading scientific publications) has long been regarded as one of the most definitive indic...

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Is there really a Mars effect?
by Michel Gauquelin Cite: Gauquelin, M. (1988). Is there really a Mars effect? Above & Below: Journal of Astrological Studies , 11, Fall issue, pp. 4-7. Since the publication of my first book L’Influence des Astres (The Influence of the Stars) in 1955, I ha...
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