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The RGCSA is an independent research body, which has been set up to monitor standards of research in astrology and promote the use of sound scientific methods in empirical studies. The group aims to stimulate and facilitate the critical study of astrology as judged by the disciplines of social statistics, sociology, psychology, and cultural studies, and to provide the basis for inter-university and international collaboration on research into astrology.

  1. Overview

  2. Disciplinary Scope

  3. References

  4. The RGCSA’s Officers, Associates and Advisors

  5. Research Grants

  6. Contact the group's Deputy Convenor

 

Science, Astronomy & Cosmobiology - Internet Discussion Group.

Research
At present there are three PhD MSc students attached to the group researching impact of intervened births on distribution of birth times, astrology, assumptions and world views underpinning astrology and its critics, and astrologers' attitudes towards the internet and their use of it.

Search our Database
Our on-line searchable database lists abstracts of research into astrology and contact details where appropriate. You can also order photocopies of complete articles.

We also have Library of Research material.

See our Grants page on guidelines for applying to the RGCSA for help with funding for research.

Download the grant application:

1. Student (for help with UK university registration fees)(pdf)

2.Researcher (for help with UK based university academic-led research projects). (pdf)

 

Contributors
You can become a contributor to the database. We need your help to expand the resource so please join us.

Contact
You can contact Astrology-Research.Net if you have any questions or would like more information.

The group was originally funded by the Sophia Trust but is now supported by private donations. Its Convenor is Dr. Pat. Harris, editor of the research journal in astrology Correlation.

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