For all those people who research of any kind seems to be anti-thesis to their being, and that if you don't spoon feed them information, then that information must not exist or is argument for invalidity. I must say, that in this age of information when any and all information can be found at your finger tips, there really is no excuse to why you can't be researching information on your own. For those that don't know. Peer-reviewed articles and journals are written by professionals in academia and then submitted for veracity and review by other professional individuals in said academia. This means that this information, much like new science information, can not just be submitted without going through the gamut of being sound and valid based on current understand of that area of knowledge. With that said. Here is but one site, with quite a nice list of peer-reviewed information that is downloadable, as well as links to where you can find more. Also it mentions the Parapsychological Association that furthers research and advances in this area of knowledge. http://deanradin.com/evidence/evidence.htm Let it be mentioned that almost any kind of information can be easily researched with time put in. Simply using Google to find any combination of keywords, or even other scholarly databases that can be use to search for more specific information, can go a long way to finding information without the new to wait on, or depend on someone on an OEC to just hand you specific information.