Role of the Extra Sensory Perception in Decision Making and Interpersonal Relationships- A Comparative Study among Pre-school Children and AdolescencesSamah Khaled Abd El Kawy Zahran
AbstractThe current study examined a neglected but important phenomenon; which is the impact of extrasensory perception (ESP) on our social daily life (Decision making and interpersonal relationships). A sample of (50) female (35 aged 18 who are university students, compared with 15 pre-school girls aged 5-6 old) were asked to respond to: ESP’s questionnaire for adults about extrasensory perception variables - which are: 6th sense forms, 6th sense as one perceived, the first time that one perceives it and its frequency- in regard of their relation to decision making and interpersonal relationships and tomorrow’s red or black card test of precognition for children. Results indicated that the extrasensory perception, with all types that appeared here: telepathy, premonition: in psychic dreams, precognition and Psychokinesis, do really affect our daily life decisions and interpersonal relationships.
|Keywords||extra sensory perception (esp. or 6th sense), decision making and interpersonal relationships.||Issue Date||May-2012||Publisher||International Journal of Business and Social Science||Source||as previous||Project||individual unfunded.||Journal||International Journal of Business and Social Science||Series/Report no.||Vol. 3 No. 9; May 2012;Centre for Promoting Ideas, USA www.ijbssnet.com||Conference||Journal||Description||paper research||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/123456789/506|
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