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We Do Not Allow Suggestion or Suggestibility to Influence our Lab Results. – A Blog by Dr. M.A. Persinger

Our laboratory results are not due to suggestion or suggestibility – A blog by Dr. Michael A. Persinger. We apply several procedures to guarantee that our subjects are not exposed to suggestions, have no expectations, so that our results are not influenced by subject suggestibility. These procedures … Continue reading

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Our results can’t be attributed to suggestion. – A blog By Dr. Michael Persinger

The results of our experiments cannot be attributed to experimenter suggestion or subject suggestibility. – A Blog by Dr. Michael Persinger. Question: What results have you had that cannot be explained by suggestion? Answer: We have seen many effects that cannot be … Continue reading

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God Helmet Experiments use Blind Protocols and Placebo Controls – A Blog By Dr. M.A. Persinger

Our God Helmet experiments employ double-blind conditions and placebo protocols – a Blog by Dr. Michael A. Persinger. Our Critics are mistaken when they claim we do not use proper controls.  We are committed to the scientific method, especially in laboratory … Continue reading

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