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The supposed faculty of perceiving things by means other than the known senses, e.g. by telepathy.
- ‘Many believe that the bond between man and animals, known from great antiquity, includes extrasensory perception.’
- ‘More people believe in extrasensory perception than in evolution.’
- ‘Nearly half or more believe in extrasensory perception or ESP.’
- ‘Numerous studies have examined various psychological correlates of extrasensory perception scores, such as personality traits.’
- ‘On the other hand, observation of extrasensory perception and psychokinesis is tenuous at best.’
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