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Perceived Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVPs) and Environmental Correlation: Statistical Analysis of a Large Longitudinal Data Set

posted Apr 4, 2016, 10:24 AM by Brad Bradley

By Jack Trammell, Ph.D.

Using a large combined data set from multiple investigations that includes regularly logged measures of environmental information, and a strict criterion-based definition for perceived EVPs (electronic voice phenomenon), basic statistical analysis was conducted to identify statistically significant correlations.  The results indicate that some environmental factors, such as humidity and electromagnetic field fluctuation, appear to be more closely related to perceived EVPs than others.  This paper will also include a guided discussion of the criterion-based EVP definition, and the need for more in-depth instrumentation and analysis in future research.

Brad Bradley,
Apr 4, 2016, 10:24 AM