Semmelweis Reflex’s Effects On Paranormal Investigations
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Also known as the “Semmelweis Effect”, the Semmelweis Reflex is a behavioral tendency for a person to hold on to their preexisting beliefs about a subject and to summarily reject new knowledge or evidence that contradicts the person’s preexisting belief even if said knowledge or evidence is strong or unequivocal.

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Mount Washington Valley SPIRIT (Scientific Paranormal Investigations, Research, and Interpretation Team)

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