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What do most psychologists currently believe about extrasensory perception (ESP)?
What was once considered ESP is best understood as very low absolute thresholds.
Because research supporting ESP cannot be replicated or has design flaws, most psychologists do not believe it exists.
Not enough research has been done on ESP phenomena to make a conclusion.
Psychologists mostly agree that it exists, but cannot agree on an explanation.
There is a strong correlation between synesthesia and having ESP.