Obviously this point needs close attention from the experts. I am not one of them. ;-)
On Oct 20, 2012, at 5:20 PM, nick herbert <
Because the hypothetical expectation bias is an increasing function of n, not only will excitation peak on the Emotional pictures N, this hypothesis also predicts a lesser peak on the Neutral picture M that just precedes each emotional picture--the picture I call N-1. In some cases N-1 will be an Emotional picture also. In this case you choose N-2. The expectation bias hypothesis predicts that If a data set shows a strong Radin Effect (presponse on the Ns greater than presponse on the Ms),
then the same data set will show a (weaker) Radin Effect on the N-1s.
I am surprised that there was not a big flurry of interest in the Robin hypothesis because it is a valid challenge to the presentiment experiment that has testable consequences.
On Oct 19, 2012, at 10:05 PM, Dean Radin wrote:
Can you describe what the N-1 effect is? I can imagine what that means, but I'd rather know for sure.
On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 11:15 PM, nick herbert <
Thanks for the update. To your knowledge has the N-1 effect predicted by expectation bias
ever been tested?