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Extrasensory perception as a cognitive process.

@inproceedings{Blackmore1980ExtrasensoryPA,
  title={Extrasensory perception as a cognitive process.},
  author={Susan Blackmore},
  year={1980}
}
In a brief history of parapsychology the meaning of the term ESP, some of the evidence for its existence and its importance to psychology are discussed. The traditional view, that ESP is a form of perception is seen to be untenable and an alternative, that it is more like memory, is considered. Memory theories of ESP, and the evidence linking the two processes are discussed and a programme of research to test these models of ESP outlined. The first part of the research included 3 types of… Expand