THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY
REMI JERE CADORET
Assistant professor of physiology. B. March 28, 1928, Scranton, Pennslyvania. B.A., 1949, Harvard University; M.D., 1953, Yale University. M. 1950, Helen Springer: 2 d., 1 s. Captain, U.S. Air Force, 1954-56; research associate, Parapsychology Laboratory, Duke University, 1956-58; assistant professor, Department of Physiology, University of Manitoba Medical College, Winniped, Canda, 1958to present. Member: Phi Beta Kappa, Parapsychological Assn., Canadian Physiological Society.
Dr. Cadoret has specialized in quantitative tests in general extrasensory percetion. His articles on this subject in the Journal of Parapsychology include: "The Consistent Missing Effect in ESP" (with J. G. Pratt, q.v.; Vol. 14, 1950); "Effect of Novelty on ESP Performance" (Vol. 17, 1953); "Practical Application of ESP Tests of Clairvoyance in a Man-Dog Relationship" (with G. H. Wood; Vol. 22, 1958); "ESP and Tests of College Students With and Without Hypnosis" (with Jarl Fahler, q.v.; Vol. 22, 1958). He is also author of the article "Some Applicatons of Information Theory to Card Calling Performance in ESP" (Journal of General Psychology; Vol. 65, 1961); and co-author of "An Unorthodox Method of Treatment on Wound Healing in Mice" (International Journal of Parapsychology; Vol. 3, No. 1, 1961). Residence: 56 Riversdale Drive, Winnepeg, 19, Manitoba, Canada; business address: Deparment of Physiology, University of Manitoba Medical College, Bannatyne and Emily, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications