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Page creatorWikiSysop (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation10:40, 24 September 2008
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2007-01-03-Lockhead +
Parapsychology is a term coined by J. B. RParapsychology is a term coined by J. B. Rhine that covers phenomena such as telepathy the direct transmission of information from mind to mind. The landmark work is Rhine, J. B. (1964) Extra-sensory perception. (Boston: Bruce Humphries), and a flow of other publications by Rhine’s associates and others. In this extended article, Lockhead shows how very small deviations from randomness in the to-be-guessed sequence can give rise to better- or worse-than-chance guessing performance.or worse-than-chance guessing performance. +
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