ESP card testing at J.B. Rhine's Para-
psychological Laboratory    1940s
Because of all the media sensation caused by events like Look Magazine articles and radio shows on J. B. Rhine's work at Duke University, ESP (Extra-Sensory Perception) became a house-hold word. Rhine claimed that one-out-of-five people have ESP ability, that is, the ability to read another person's thoughts.


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