ESP and Personality Patterns

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INDEX
Acceptance of ESP: by scientists, 3, 17 f., 120 n.; by test subjects, see Sheep-goat classification, meaning of
Ainsworth, M. D., 131
Alcohol. See ESP scores, conditions possibly affecting, drugs
Allison, Fred, 109 f.
Allison, L. W. (Mrs. E. W.), 115, 132
Allport, G. W., 130
Allport-Vernon Study of Values, 61 ff. See also ESP scores, conditions possibly affecting, theoretical interest
Ambiequal, definition of, 68
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 13 n.
American Documentation Institute, 43 n., 113, 123
American Psychological Association, 17
American Society for Psychical Research, x, 32
Anderson, M., 103, 130
Animal psi, 106
Application, practical, 4, 108f.
Aristotelian method, 13n.
Bateman, F., 13, 19 n., 132
Bevan, J. M., 54 ff., 130
Brend, W. A., 80, 130
Bridgman, P. W., 13 n., 120 n., 130
Broad, C. D., 15
Brown, G. S., 116 n., 130
Brugmans, H. J. F. W., 6, 130
Burdock, E. I., 63 n., 130
Cambridge University, 2, 15
Canon, H. J., 59, 132
Card deck: "closed," 8 n.; colored cards, 76; "open," 8 n.; shuffling, 9; symbol novelty, 20; symbol size, 19 f.; symbols, 8
Card deck preparation. See Targets, psi, in specific experiments
Carington, W., 14, 94, 115, 130
Casper, G. W., 55 f., 130
Cass, W. A. A., 80, 130
City College of New York, vi, 63, 119, 123
Clairvoyance, definition of, 2n., 23 n.
Clarke, H. J., 132
Clinical examples. See Individual subjects
Coartative, definition of, 68
Color vision, analogy with, 97
Colored counter experiment, 16
Confidence, 12, 28
Dale, L. A., 55, 132
Denny-Brown, D., 80, 130
Dilated ambiequal, definition of, 68
Displacement, 14 ff., 95; double, 16
Distance, 16, 22. See also ESP scores, conditions possibly affecting
Draw-a-man test, 44
Duke University, 8
Eccles, J. C., 107, 130
Ehrenwald, J., 81, 130
Eilbert, L., 56 ff., 60, 87 ff., 123, 130
Electroencephalography, 106
ESP (extrasensory perception): definition of, 2
ESP scores: decline effect, 96; experimenter errors in, 46 f., 123 ff.; meaningful errors, 14 ff., 94 f., 97, see also Sheep-goat classification, Displacement; telepathy vs. clairvoyance, 97
ESP scores, conditions possibly affecting: accepting disposition, 71 ff., 81, 83; anxiety, 27 f.; cerebral concussion, 75 ff.; challenge to score well, 20; concealed experiments, 105; distance, 3, 8; drugs, 8, 106; emotional release, 28, 89; experimental environment, 34, 45; experimenter, 60 f., 102, 106, 119; food, 27; frustration, 85 ff., 92; genetic factors, 106; hypnotic suggestion, 60 n.; length of test, 45; mood, 8, 28, 92 n., 105 f.; motivation, ix, 24, 66 f., 95 f., and passim; novelty, 20; passivity, 80 ff., 92 n.; physiological, 96, 106; practical attitude, 72, 81; punitiveness, 87 ff.; rapport of subject with group, 61; rapport with experimenter, 89, 98, 101 f., 103; responsiveness, 68; Rorschach adjustment, 66 f., 104; Rorschach's "experience type," 67 ff; self-

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