|Definition||The transfer of information through conventional means that was intended to be transferred through Psi;|
|Signature||The use of direct or indirect sensory cues (5 conventional sense)|
Sensory leakage is a term used to refer to information that transferred to a person by conventional means (means other than Psi) during an experiment into Psi.
For example, where the subject in an ESP experiment receive a visual cue — the reflection of a Zener card in the holder's glasses — sensory leakage can be said to have occurred.
- Carroll, Robert (2006), "Sensor Leakage" - Skeptics Dictionary (2007-04-14).
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