A Study on Remote Anomalous Cognition with Judgment and Measurements of Auditory Evoked Potential and EEG

Author: Kokubo Hideyuki1//Hirata Tsuyoshi HIRATA 2//Hirasawa Masahiko 1//Hirafuji Masayuki 3//Ohta Takaaki 3//Ito Shinya 3//Kokado Tomoko 1//Yamamoto Mikio 1
Affiliation: National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Chiba, Japan [1]//Information Technology Research Laboratories, NEC Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan [2]//National Agriculture Research Center, Tsukuba, Japan [3]
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 1997
Other: Volume ID: 15 , Issue ID: 1 , Pages: 97-102 , Special Notes: Also in Japanese. Third Symposium of Life Information Science. , Word Count: 143

The remote anomalous cognition (AC) experiment in which guessing is performed by many participants simultaneously is reported. Sixty-two
participants, who have not claimed to have anomalous mental functions, guessed the location and the behavior of the target person simultaneously and recorded their mentation. The mentation reports were compared to records of the target person's behavior and ordered according to the degree of their coincidence. A significant hit rate about one target person was obtained in one session out of the two, each of which contained three target persons. The background electroencephalograms (EEGs) and the auditory evoked potentials (AEPs) of one target person were measured during the session, and the change in AEP was obtained during the AC period. The results were interesting, but are not sufficient evidence of AC because of the small number of data; further studies are needed to elucidate AC.