"The three most testable forms of extrasensory perception (ESP) are telepathy (mind-to-mind communication), clairvoyance (perceiving remote events), and precognition (perceiving future events). Most research psychologists’ skepticism focuses on two points. First, to believe in ESP, you must believe the brain is capable of perceiving without sensory input. Second, psychologists and parapsychologists have been unable to replicate (reproduce) ESP phenomena under controlled conditions."
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