Some of the following publications are available online here at the CSL web site, in the " Academic / Research Library" section.
May, E. C., Utts, J. M., Humphrey, B. S., Luke, W. L. W., Frivold, T. J., and Trask, V. V. (1990). Advances in Remote-Viewing Analysis. Journal of Parapsychology, 54, 193-228.
May, E. C. and Vilenskaya, L. (1992). Overview of Current Parapsychology Research in the Former Soviet Union. Subtle Energies, 3, No. 3, 45-67.
Lantz, N. D., Luke, W. L. W., and May, E. C. (1994). Target and Sender Dependencies in AnomalousCognition Experiments. Journal of Parapsychology, 58,285-302.
May, E. C., Spottiswoode, S. J. P., and James, C. L. (1994). Managing the Target-Pool Bandwidth: Possible Noise Reduction for Anomalous Cognition Experiments. Journal of Parapsychology, 58, 303-313.
May, E. C., Spottiswoode, S. J. P. and James, C. L. (1994). Shannon Entropy: A Possible Intrinsic Target Property. Journal of Parapsychology, 58, 384-401.
May, E. C., Lantz, N. D., and Piantineda, T. (1995). Feedback Considerations in Anomalous Cognition Experiments. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Parapsychology.
May, E. C. (1995). AC Technical Trials: Inspiration for the Target Entropy Concept. Submitted for publication in the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research. Also presented at the August 1995 convention of the Parapsychological Association.
May, E. C., Utts, J. M., and Spottiswoode, S. J. P. (1995). Decision Augmentation Theory: Applications to the Random Number Generator Database. Journal of Scientific Exploration. 9, No. 4., 453-488.
Vilenskaya, L and May, E. C. (1994). Anomalous Mental Phenomena Research in Russia and theFormer Soviet Union: A Follow Up. Subtle Energies, 4, No. 3,231-250.