The purpose of this review was to note the latest research on remote viewing and to see the difference in methodology and to compare the outcomes of results. Along with this, it is also clear that just like with any parapsychological experiment, prior studies lack scientific perspective. The research review’s purpose is to help the reader gain insight into how remote viewing experiments are conducted. A lot more research and experiments as well as scientific guidelines are necessary to be outlined to understand how remote viewing can be beneficial as a parapsychological study. Overall, the experiments conclude that the ability of untrained individuals to participate and produce positive results might create a possibility to further conduct new tests and improve the specific study field. No one piece of evidence provides unequivocal support for the usefulness of a program. Instead, a more accurate and comprehensive picture can
be obtained by considering multiple sources of evidence Goslin, D. A., PhD. (1995).
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