And is in contrast to....
Standish et al "Evidence of correlated functional magnetic resonance imaging signals between distant human brains." Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. 2003; 9(1): 128, 122-5.
Richards et al "Replicable functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence of correlated brain signals between physically and sensory isolated subjects." Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine. 2005; 11(6): 955-63.
ohreally?, on Apr 5 2010, 09:37 PM, said:
From Harvard Science:
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Psychologists at Harvard University have developed a new method to study extrasensory perception that, they argue, can resolve the century-old debate over its existence. According to the authors, their study not only illustrates a new method for studying such phenomena, but also provides the strongest evidence yet
obtained against the existence of extrasensory perception, or ESP.