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  • Cryptesthesia
  • ESP
  • Perception, Extrasensory
  • Sense, Sixth

Broader Term : 

  • Parapsychology

Narrower Term : 

  • Clairaudience
  • Clairvoyance
  • Precognition
  • Retrocognition
  • Telepathy
 

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Extra Sensory Perception

 

Scope Note

“ESP, is the name given to any ability to acquire information by means other than the five canonical senses (taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing), or any other sense well-known to science (balance, proprioception, etc)" (Source:http://www.thethirdi.net/esp.htm)

"The ability to perceived objects, places, thoughts, or events without the medication of any of the known sensory channels. Together with psychokinesis, extrasensory perception is investigated by parapsychologist". (Source:Academic American Encyclopedia, AE 5 A25 vol.7, c1981).

 

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