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  1. Telepathy is a transmission from one mind to another. (Web site)
  2. Telepathy is the communication between two minds.
  3. Telepathy: The sending of decipherable messages without the use of the five senses.
  4. Telepathy is an area that has been done more research on.
  5. Telepathy is the ability to read thoughts, usually surface thoughts.


  1. Telepathy: Transfer of information on thoughts or feelings between individuals by means other than the five classical senses.
  2. Capable of extraordinary mental processes, such as extrasensory perception and mental telepathy. (Web site)
  3. Charpak and Broch and I agree that attempts to study extrasensory perception and telepathy using the methods of science have failed. (Web site)
  4. Perception of aspects of others which most people cannot perceive, such as aura reading, medical intuition, clairsentience and telepathy etc.
  5. Used playing cards for testing and was the first to use statistical inference for studying telepathy.


  1. Any significant, positive deviation from chance is assumed to be caused by telepathy. (Web site)
  2. Additionally, Rhine claimed that hit rates significantly below 20% were also evidence of telepathy.
  3. Results: Rhine claimed to have found many subjects who performed significantly above chance, and used this as evidence for telepathy. (Web site)


  1. But seriously, I don---t have to prove to Randi that ESP (extra sensory perception) ability (such as telepathy, clairvoyance and telekinesis) exists.
  2. The ganzfeld tests for telepathy and clairvoyance depend on inducing a mild state of sensory deprivation in the test subject.

Extra-Sensory Perception

  1. In parapsychology, it is used to describe the ostensibly psychic phenomena of telepathy, extra-sensory perception, psychokinesis, ghosts, and hauntings.
  2. Extra-sensory perception, also known as anomalous cognition, includes telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition.


  1. The term was coined by Duke University researcher J. B. Rhine to denote psychic abilities such as telepathy, precognition and clairvoyance. (Web site)
  2. Experimental approach Participant of a Ganzfeld Experiment which proponents say may show evidence of telepathy. (Web site)
  3. The Duke experiments on telepathy, clairvoyance and precognition used specially designed cards called Zener cards. (Web site)


  1. Flaws in the experimental design are a common cause of this, and so the assumption that it must be telepathy is fallacious. (Web site)
  2. Krippner, Stanley (1968), "An experimental study in hypnosis and telepathy," Am. (Web site)
  3. The strongest experimental evidence of psi phenomena have been of smaller-scale phenomena, such as telepathy, event guessing (e.g.


  1. ESP in which it is unclear whether the results are due to clairvoyance, telepathy, precognition or retrocognition.
  2. On The Paranormal $11.95 Tart describes experiments he and others have conducted in the areas of telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition and psychokinesis. (Web site)

Telepathy Experiments

  1. In a telepathy experiment the "sender" looks at a series of cards while the "receiver" guesses the symbols.
  2. The study of the evidence for psychological phenomena, such as telepathy, clairvoyance, and psychokinesis, that are inexplicable by science.
  3. While the dream telepathy experiments results were interesting, to run such experiments required many resources (time, effort, personnel).
  4. For example, in one evaluation of his telepathy experiments, Coover found a two-tailed p -value of 0.0062.


  1. Morgana and Rupert Sheldrake, two human animals who think they have scientific evidence of telepathy in a parrot.
  2. One of the most common kinds of apparent telepathy occurs in connection with telephone calls (Sheldrake, 2000, 2003; Brown & Sheldrake, 2001).


  1. From the 1880s to the 1940s, the most popular experimental method for the study of telepathy and other forms of ESP involved card-guessing tests.
  2. The technologically assisted telepathy achieved so far is thus a very real phenomenon and is significantly more accurate in tests than "natural" telepathy.


  1. To date there has not yet been any satisfactory experimental protocol designed to distinguish telepathy from other forms of ESP such as clairvoyance.
  2. Telepathy with Animals Animal communicators - specialized type of psychics - believe that meaningful telepathic communication is possible with your pet.
  3. Meehl, Paul E. (1978). Precognitive telepathy I: On the possibility of distinguish it experimentally from psychokinesis. (Web site)
  4. To study telepathy experimentally, it is more fruitful to work with participants with above-average abilities and with senders they know well.


  1. The mechanics of telepathy in fiction vary widely. (Web site)
  2. Technological Telepathy is also present in science fiction, typically involving the useage of neural implants of some description.

Telephone Telepathy

  1. In such cases, telepathy is often portrayed as a mixed blessing or as a curse.
  2. A technique which shows statistically significant evidence of telepathy on every occasion has yet to be discovered. (Web site)
  3. While there have been numerous scientific experiments into telepathy over the years, no positive result has ever resisted scrutiny. (Web site)
  4. Very few anecdotal accounts of telepathy have been noted in many ancient cultures since historical records have been kept.
  5. This experiment was offered by Alan Turing when questioned on why he believed in telepathy, saying that this had proved it. (Web site)


  1. Telepathy: Mind-to-mind communication. (Web site)
  2. Telepathy - Communication between minds by exercising psychic powers and without the use of the normal five senses. (Web site)
  3. Telepathy - Communication of one's mind with another by means other than the normal senses.


  1. General, non-scientific article on telepathy, including who at which age groups are telepathic, and information on telepathy and dreams.
  2. Ullman, M. (1959). On the occurrence of telepathy dreams. (Web site)


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