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Does Elevated Plasma Fibrinogen Increase the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease?: Evidence from a Meta-Analysis of Genetic Association Studies
Objective—The purpose of this study was to assess whether a genetic variant associated with higher fibrinogen levels is associated with increased coronary heart disease (CHD) risk, as a test of theExpand
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A Meta-Analysis of Forced-Choice Experiments Comparing Clairvoyance and Precognition
Parapsychologists have long been interested in the question of whether clairvoyance and precognition are really different phenomena (e.g., Morris, 1982). It has been suggested that apparentExpand
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Does Psi exist? Lack of replication of an anomalous process of information transfer.
Bern and Honorton (1994) recently presented data in Psychological Bulletin that appeared to support the existence of psi 1: "anomalous processes of information or energy transfer such as telepathy orExpand
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Meta-Analysis of Free-Response ESP Studies without Altered States of Consciousness
Some of the strongest claims for the reality, of extrasensory perception (ESP) in recent years have come from "remote viewing" studies. The term remote viewing is somewhat elastic in meaning, but, inExpand
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Should Ganzfeld Research Continue to Be Crucial in the Search for a Replicable Psi Effect? Part I. Discussion Paper and Introductionto an Electronic-Mail Discussion
ABSTRACT: A group of recent, well-controlled ganzfeld studies failed to replicate the positive findings of earlier work (Milton & Wiseman, 1999a). This presents a challenge to claims that a ganzfeldExpand
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Does Psi Exist? Reply to Storm and Ertel (2001)
The authors recently published a nonsignificant meta-analysis of 30 extrasensory perception ganzfeld studies, all conducted after the 1986 publication of important methodological guidelines aimed atExpand
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A Meta-Analytic Comparison of the Sensitivity of Direct Hits and Sums of Ranks as Outcome Measures for Free-Responses Studies
In a typical open-deck free-response extrasensory perception study, a target is randomly selected from a set of four pictures. The picture is kept hidden from the receiver, who then attempts toExpand
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A meta-analysis of mass-media tests of extrasensory perception
Some scientists have argued that recent meta-analyses of many different types of parapsychological study suggest that extrasensory perception (ESP) might exist, albeit as a small effect. Large-scaleExpand
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Synthesis and Properties of Bis (taurine) Types of Double-chain Surfactants
Double-chain surfactants possessing two taurine units were synthesized by reaction of N-alkyltaurine (alkyl : octyl, decyl, or dodecyl) with ethylene glycol diglycidyl ether. All surfactants wereExpand
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Guidelines for Extrasensory Perception Research
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