Mind reading

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Mind reading may refer to:

  • Telepathy, the transfer of information between individuals by means other than the five senses
  • The illusion of telepathy in the performing art of mentalism
  • Thought identification, the use of neuroimaging techniques to read human minds
  • In cognitive-behavioral therapy, mind-reading is considered a common cognitive distortion or cognitive error that usually contributes to irrational thinking. The concept runs counter to evolutionary psychology.