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A research report by two Brazilian researchers says: “Analysis of the (God Helmet) subjects’ verbal reports … revealed significant differences between subjects and controls, as well as less robust effects for suggestion and expectation.”
Their study replicated Persinger’s procedures and results in this study. It agrees with Persinger that his results “are attributable to the fields and their configurations, not to suggestibility”. Suggestibility played a small role, but not enough to account for their results. The God Helmet has not been debunked.
You can read the paper online.
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And here is a news story about it.
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