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To find a career in parapsychology research, you should probably attain a master's degree in psychology at the very least. Some classes may cover topics including ESP, the paranormal, life after death experiences and reincarnation. It's wise to pursue another degree, perhaps in general psychology, that will benefit you while keeping an eye out for opportunities to use your parapsychology research. Many professors teach parapsychology, and it is a viable option.
Funding for research is usually provided via grants through universities, where most psychologists or even researchers are employed. A master's level degree is required for the most basic of positions in the field of research, along with a strong bachelor's degree. Engineering and physics are also majors and degrees that a prospective parapsychologist can attain. In fact, given the amount of knowledge regarding these sciences and the tools used to measure the various things involved in parapsychology research, you could call the members of the field "paraphysicists" as readily as "parapsychologists."
To learn more about the parapsychology field, visit Helping Psychology and read the following posts:
Psychology and Parapsychology: What’s the Difference?
Parapsychology Research, An Overview
Parapsychology – Fact or Fiction?
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