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Or, thinking in terms of precognitive prestimulus response, if a person reacts relatively slowly to an audio stimulus, then he or she tends also to react more slowly precognitively to the later shock.
This experiment seems to indicate that the people in this survey were able to get information about the target picture in a way that was not due to chance, although the information was not, strictly speaking, information that was gained precognitively.
First on the list are the four additional paranormal-type items: For the student sample, it was the case that significantly higher mean transliminality scores were obtained by people who had precognitively "seen" a future event, "seen" contemporary events at a great distance by ESP, had visions of the deceased, and claimed unusual healing powers.
Such informal observations of "displacement" carry little evidential weight, but it is just such informal observations that have led to the speculation that, during the mentation period, Ps might be picking up precognitively on decoys that they would observe during judging.