Learning to Use Extrasensory Perception
All attempts to test peoples ESP abilities overlook the fact that ESP is an undeveloped function, so we have to learn how to use it to begin with, not just see how much ESP we can show. Psychologist Charles T. Tart applies basic principles of learning to this task to show how training under conditions of immediate feedback can enhance ESP ability. This highly readable book, originally published by the University of Chicago Press, is the theory and a comprehensive study suggesting the principles can work.
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Learning to Use Extrasensory Perception. Charles T. Tart. Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago, 1976. 170 pp., illus. $3.95. Reviewed by Richard I. Land* This ...
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Learning to Use Extrasensory Perception. Chicago: University of Chicago Press,. 1976. Print-on-demand edition from Authors Guild back-in-print editions, ...
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