Sensory cues invalidate remote viewing experiments

@article{Marks1981SensoryCI,
  title={Sensory cues invalidate remote viewing experiments},
  author={D. Marks},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1981},
  volume={292},
  pages={177-177}
}
  • D. Marks
  • Published 1981
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nature
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The results do not verify the claim that an extrasensory remote viewing ability may be widely distributed in the general population, but they do not discredit the claim. Expand