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EXPERIMENTAL FACILITATION OF THE SENSED PRESENCE: POSSIBLE INTERCALATION BETWEEN THE HEMISPHERES INDUCED BY COMPLEX MAGNETIC FIELDS
The results suggest that the sensed presence is subject to experimental manipulation and may be the fundamental source for phenomena attributed to visitations by gods, spirits, and other ephemeral phenomena.
Enhanced hypnotic suggestibility following application of burst-firing magnetic fields over the right temporoparietal lobes: a replication.
The results suggest that attribution of symptomatic changes following exposures to weak, extremely low frequency magnetic fields, to placebo effects may not be correct and fields whose signatures contain biorelevant information may directly affect the neurocognitive processes that are associated with hypnotizability.
Experimental Production of Illusory (False) Memories in Reconstructions of Narratives: Effect Size and Potential Mediation by Right Hemispheric Stimulation from Complex, Weak Magnetic Fields
This experiment was designed to discern the proportion of false, inferential and verbatim memories that would be included in the reconstruction, on e week later, of a 5min narrative containing…
Control of “Choice” by Application of the Electromagnetic Field Equivalents of Spoken Words: Mediation by Emotional Meaning Rather than Linguistic Dimensions?
Electromagnetic equivalents of the acoustic signature of spoken words were applied across the temporoparietal lobes by an array of external solenoids to study the neurocognitive detection of the emotional components of word stimuli when transformed to electromagnetic equivalents rather than direct images or “word sounds.