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Learning to Use Extrasensory Perception

Tart, Charles T.

 This book revises and expands the author's earlier Parapsychology Foundation monograph. Tart presents a survey of the literature on ESP and learning theory, and reports on a series of experiments he conducted to show that by providing immediate feedback to ESP test subjects when a response is correct, customary scoring declines may be eliminated and some subjects may even increase their performance.
Publisher Information:Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1976. 170p. Bibliography: 157-161; Chapter notes; 18 figures; 9 graphs; Index: 167-170; 12 tables
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