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If significantly more of these correspondences belong to unscrambled mentations than to scrambled ones, the clairvoyance hypothesis would gain support.
Second, in Study 4, it was shown that the correspondences selected from "scrambled" mentations were rated as (nonsignificantly) more impressive than the correspondences selected from "unscrambled" mentations.
For each randomness condition RNG mentations will allow each independent judge to rank order the target and decoy clips such that the target clip is ranked higher than would be expected by chance.
Each of these mentations was given a new and independent code so that it was not possible to identify the sequence in which the trials occurred or any pattern between them without cross-referencing.
Thus the independent judge, JW, was provided with 120 mentations to be rated against target clips and decoys.
The ranks allocated to target clips by the independent judge based on the mentations generated using three different randomisation methods (Live, Pseudo, and Table) are reported in Table 1.
Participants were not sent the target materials until they had submitted their mentation.
a sheet of paper on which the participant could write down their mentation
Also included in Table 1 is a summary of the ranks allocated to the target by the independent judges using the RNG-generated mentations.
Step 6: At a later date, the experimenter (LS) transcribed the three recipient's mentations for each site into one single printed document for the independent judges to use in Step 7.
REG mentations will allow an independent judge to identify the target clip to a greater degree than expected by chance.
Comparisons between chimpanzees and very small children suggest similar mentation.