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They tasked three blind raters, each unfamiliar with the study outcomes, to rate the 40 studies in their database (from which all results had been erased), according to a 7-point standardness scale (where 7 indicated the greatest conformity to PRL protocols, and 1 indicated the least).
However, Wiseman writes that BPB added a standardness measure that was not found in the papers given to the blind raters: participant selection.
But the Calabasas quintet can be counted on to provide a high standard of standardness for computer and radio use.
Email is arguably the most heterogeneous type of use, with a wide variety of functions and forms, depending extremely on the personal circumstances of use with respect to the amount of editing and standardness of language usage.
Chapter Five deals extensively with the question of standardness.
Without getting further entangled in the thorny issue of how to define standardness in the ganzfeld, the fact that there are over six pages of debate on this topic in a special issue of the Journal of Parapsychology (Schmeidler & Edge, 1999, pp.
Crumb, Carey maintains a high standard of standardness.
An updated meta-analysis of post-PRL ESP-Ganzfeld experiments: The role of standardness.
TABLE 1 NUMBER OF TRIALS, z SCORE, EFFECT SIZE (ES), HIT RATE, AND STANDARDNESS RATING FOR EACH STUDY IN THE UPDATED GANZFELD DATABASE (ARRANGED IN ORDER OF DECREASING STANDARDNESS) Study Trials z ES Hit score rate % Bierman et al.
You should base your judgment of standardness not only on the number of deviant elements but also on their importance.
This possibility can only be assessed by a separate standardness analysis of the preautoganzfeld database.
Such evaluations of standardness are potentially biased, because they were made with knowledge of the associated ESP results, so th e present authors decided to obtain less biased estimates by having 3 psychology graduate students independently rate the Method sections of 40 post-PRL ganzfeld studies, sans results.