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Valenzuela, C. - - 2011
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Shiah, Yung-Jong - - 2011
Experiencing a visual image of a target occurs in ganzfeld and remote viewing experiments as well as in spontaneous cases. However, little is known about how participants generate these images. At the beginning of an ESP task, participants try to imagine and anticipate seeing a target. This leads to the ...
Alvarez, Fernando - - 2011
Micro-PK was explored in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) to test the hypothesis of nondirectional REG randomness reduction during an alarm situation. A 15-s video clip of a crawling snake was presented to 80 participants and a REG's outcome during the presentation of the stimulus was analysed under three conditions: Bird ...
Schonwetter, Tim - - 2011
This study aimed to investigate anomalously modulated physiological responses as an indicator of anomalous interactions between emotionally related partners. For this purpose, we used a modified version of the Guilty Knowledge Test. In this experiment, partners were spatially separated. One partner (Participant 1) was confronted with probe objects such that ...
Kelley, Michael - - 2011
Positive schizotypy (reality distortion), and other components of transliminality, may constitute a genetic balanced polymorphism in which the disadvantageous effects of conditions associated with extreme ends of the trait dimension are balanced by advantages associated with more moderate levels of trait expression. Positive schizotypy and creativity are associated with mating ...
Palmer, John - - 2011
To explore the expression of ESP through motor automatisms (hand movements), 40 adult volunteers were tested. The target pool consisted of 100 homographs divided into 20 sets of 5 each. Detectors were seated in front of an alphabet board modeled after the Ouija board. For up to 30 min, they ...
Kennedy, J.E. - - 2011
Information consists of symbols, media for storing and transmitting the symbols, and an interpretational infrastructure that establishes the meaning of the symbols, can generate and decode the symbols, and can take actions based on the symbols. Information processing in livings systems includes genetics, perception, behavior, memory, learning, communication, imagination, creativity, ...
Simmons, Paul - - 2011
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