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Skeptical Scientists May Fail in Testing Psi—But Not Because Psi Isn't Real
In many kinds of scientific experiments, researchers must protect against the experimenter effect. Scientists conducting experiments may give human subjects subtle cues as to their own biases. Body language or tone of voice, for example, could communicate something to the subjects that could affect their performance or responses. A scientist may, therefore, unwittingly influence the …