ESP Test cards, also known as Zener cards, United States, 1937

Made:
1937 in United States
publisher:
Whitman Publishing Company
maker:
Rhine, Joseph Banks

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ESP cards for testing extra-sensory perception, also known as Zener cards after their inventor, American psychologist Karl Zener; popularised by parapsychologist Joseph Banks Rhine of the Parapsychology Laboratory at Duke University in North Carolina. Plain (uncoloured) set of 25 cards in case, with instructions and rating table. Published by Whitman Publishing Company, United States; copyright J.B. Rhine, 1937.

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Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2013-100
type:
psychological test

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