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Graham Watkins attended the University of Kentucky and did graduate studies at Duke University, majoring in Zoology. In the early 1970s, he was a research associate at the Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man at the time that J. B. Rhine was the director. He is best known for the mouse-ether studies, which demonstrated the ability of "talented" subjects to cause mice to recover from ether anesthesia faster than they normally would. He has also worked in the fields of toxicology and electronics and is a published writer of both fiction and non-fiction.
- Series: Friday Night Talks
The Nature of PK: Mind, Matter, and Consciousness - The past, present, and future
This panel discussion on The Nature of PK or Psychokinesis includes discussions by Dr. William Joines about his investigations with Bill Roll, a discussion of PK research recently completed by Graham Watkins, and John G. Kruth discussing a poltergeist investigation. These presentations represent investigations over 40 years of research on PK in Durham including a look at some PK activities that are likely to dominate future research in parapsychology.