mental telepathy


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mental telepathy

[′men·təl tə′lep·ə·thē]
(psychology)
A form of extrasensory perception in which one person is aware of an external event through direct sensory perception, and another person, not in the same place, also becomes aware of the event but not through direct sensory perception.
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In some cases this will require the equivalent of mental telepathy to assess, but Ishizaki is confident that his response methodology, assessment questions, and conversation-pattern training will allow his team to pick up borderline and more serious cases.
Sixth, mental telepathy, though, does seem its strong suit.
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Instant mental telepathy would be destructive of human relationships.
"But, Miss Blank," said the curate, "haven't you a telephone?" "Of course I have," was the reply, "but it shouldn't be necessary to telephone." Perhaps there should be courses in mental telepathy or mind-reading -- or something!
Slow-motion mental telepathy up and down the front row ...
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People who successfully train pets have developed a certain awareness about their pets that borders on mental telepathy; from this awareness comes communication that bridges the species differences between man and animal.
Action-packed and incorporating time-travel, mental telepathy and legendary Japanese gods, goddesses and demons come to life, The Sixth Precept follows the adventures of Pittsburgh detective, Kim Yoshima, and masked-hero wannabe, Wayne Brewster as they try to save the present by challenging the history-altering dangers of the past.
When I reached him by phone, he defended his participation as a way to "bring folks along" by "struggling" with them--the same rationale he gave for supporting the Million Man March and for his ongoing close relationship with Louis Farrakhan--but since he also said he never met with his fellow councilors, the struggle must have been by mental telepathy.