“Journal of Anomalous Experience and Cognition” is a pioneering publication dedicated to exploring the frontiers of human experience and thought. This journal delves into the realms of experiences and cognitive processes that fall outside the conventional boundaries of psychology and neuroscience. It provides a scholarly platform for researchers and academics to investigate and discuss phenomena such as extrasensory perception, altered states of consciousness, and other atypical experiences that challenge our understanding of the human mind. The journal aims to broaden the scope of psychological and cognitive research, encouraging a deeper and more inclusive understanding of the human experience. It is an invaluable resource for those interested in the intersections of psychology, neuroscience, and the unexplained aspects of human cognition.