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Applying Psychology

Extrasensory Perception (ESP) - claim of perception that occurs without the use of normal sensory channels such as sight, hearing, touch, taste, or smell.

Telepathy - claimed ability to read another person’s thoughts, or mind reading.

Clairvoyance - supposed ability to “see” things that are not actually present.

Precognition - supposed ability to know something in advance of its occurrence or to predict a future event.

Parapsychology - the study of ESP, ghosts, and other subjects that do not normally fall into the realm of ordinary psychology.

LO 3.17  Factors that influence perception

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