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sender

[′sen·dər]
(communications)
Part of an automatic-switching telephone system that receives pulses from a dial or other source and, in accordance with them, controls the further operations necessary in establishing a telephone connection.
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Kanthamani and Khilji tested 40 participants who were randomly assigned to one of four conditions; in the first of two GESP conditions, the agent concentrated on the target for only a brief time at the beginning of the sending period before becoming absorbed in other activities, so that any ESP transmission might take place at an unconscious level; the second GESP condition was more like a typical ganzfeld session, as the sender attempted to send actively throughout the 30-min sending period.
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Different patterns of association with creativity subscales were evident for senders and receivers that may suggest that the 2 roles require different aptitudes.
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