extrasensory perception extrasensory perception


  • (n) apparent power to perceive things that are not present to the senses



  1. I believe that I have experienced extrasensory perception.
  2. It did not take extrasensory perception to deduce that a lively battle had been joined and more fireworks were to come.
  3. Even angrier are those occultivated believers in extrasensory perception and faith healing.


  1. Mind Detects Changes, And Not By ESP

    A new research study has discovered that people can reliably sense when a change had occurred in a person, even when they could not see exactly what had changed. University of Melbourne researchers believe this capacity explains what is commonly called a sixth sense, or extrasensory perception (ESP). For example, a person might notice a […]
    on January 15, 2014     Source: Psych Central

  2. Australia study debunks existence of 'sixth sense' or ESP

    MELBOURNE, Jan. 14 (UPI) -- The belief that a sixth sense, also known as extrasensory perception, exists has no foundation in science, researchers at the University of Melbourne say.
    on January 15, 2014     Source: UPI

  3. Debunking the sixth sense

    New research has helped debunk the common belief that a sixth sense, also known as extrasensory perception, exists.
    on January 14, 2014     Source: Science Daily

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