Angela Thompson Smith

Angela Thompson Smith, PhD, author of Remote Perceptions and Diary of an Abduction, is a founding director of the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) and founder of the Nevada Remote Viewing Group. She completed coordinate remote viewing (CRV) training with Paul Smith of Remote Viewing Instructional Services and Lyn Buchanan of Problems>Solutions>Innovations. For decades, she carried out remote viewing consulting work for organizations including Psi Tech and Intuition Services and taught remote viewing in Las Vegas and internationally.
In the 1980s, Dr. Smith was a participant at the Psychophysical Research Laboratories in Princeton, New Jersey, until their dissolution in 1987. She then volunteered at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory at Princeton University and was hired as a member of the research staff. PEAR was involved in research projects including Precognitive Remote Perception (PRP) and Human-Machine Interaction (REG) studies. While working at PEAR, she enrolled as a student with Saybrook Graduate School to work toward her doctorate degree in psychology. 
Dr. Smith received her bachelor’s in psychology in 1978 and worked as a research nurse with the Faculty of Medicine of Manchester University where she also studied toward her master’s degree at the Institute for Child Development at Manchester University. 
Her work has been published in Cortex, the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and the Journal of Humanistic Psychology
Dr. Smith continues to write, teach, and carry out applications work with the Nevada Remote Viewing Group.