Recalling Pseudo-psychic Demonstrations Recall of Pseudo-psychic Demonstrations

@inproceedings{WisemanRecallingPD,
  title={Recalling Pseudo-psychic Demonstrations Recall of Pseudo-psychic Demonstrations},
  author={Richard Wiseman and Hatfield Herts and R Al and Morris and Richard Hodgson}
}
1 The authors would like to thank Deborah Delanoy, Sybo Schouten and two anonymous referees for providing helpful feedback on earlier drafts of this paper. Our thanks also to Nikunj Somia and Martin Dowds for their assistance in filming the videotape discussed in this paper, and Tony Lawrence for helping to recruit Ss in the second experiment. ABSTRACT This paper describes two experiments which investigate how believers in the paranormal (labelled 'Sheep') and disbelievers (labelled 'Goats… CONTINUE READING

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