Researchers [javascript protected email address] & [javascript protected email address] at the University of Derby’s School of Human Sciences are conducting a study about remote viewing — a purported perceptual ability whereby individuals are able to describe and experience objects and locations that are blocked from ordinary perception, either by distance, shielding, or time. In other words, it is about apparently getting information about somewhere else without being able to make use of your traditional senses (sight, sound, smell, touch or taste), which some people would describe as ‘psychically’ acquired information or extrasensory perception (ESP).

Participant recruitment is now complete and we are analysing the data. A summary of results will be sent to all participants as well as appearing here, once analysis is complete.

Last updated: March 18 2020