Extrasensory Perception

Extrasensory Perception

In my vocabulary, this means the perception of information or data aside of that which we receive through our 5 senses. It is also called 6th sense.
ESP for me also includes the influencing of matter through the mind by for example thinking, wishing, hoping for, intending or praying.

Known examples of ESP  and some of the researchers are:

A useful overview of reading material is here at the University of Virginia School of medicine Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences -
Division of Perceptual Studies (DoPS)