General: “Normal” Explanation of the Soal–Goldney Experiments in Extrasensory Perception

@article{Scott1973GeneralE,
  title={General: “Normal” Explanation of the Soal–Goldney Experiments in Extrasensory Perception},
  author={C. Scott and P. Haskell},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1973},
  volume={245},
  pages={52-54}
}
  • C. Scott, P. Haskell
  • Published 1973
  • Nature
  • THE Soal–Goldney card-guessing experiments with the subject Shackleton consisted of forty sittings conducted between 1941 and 43 under the direction of S. G. Soal, then a lecturer in mathematics at the University of London1. Elaborate precautions were taken against error and fraud. Many independent witnesses were called in. Copies of the records were made at each sitting and later independently checked. Above-chance scoring was achieved, in general, on the card one ahead of that being looked at… CONTINUE READING
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