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perception

 [per-sep´shun]
the conscious mental registration of a sensory stimulus. adj., adj percep´tive.
depth perception the ability to recognize depth or the relative distances to different objects in space.
disturbed sensory perception a nursing diagnosis accepted by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, defined as a change in the amount of patterning of incoming stimuli, accompanied by a diminished, exaggerated, distorted, or impaired response to such stimuli.
extrasensory perception (ESP) knowledge of, or response to, an external thought or objective event not achieved as the result of stimulation of the sense organs.

te·lep·a·thy

(tĕ-lep'ă-thē),
Transmittal and reception of thoughts by means other than through the normal senses, as a form of extrasensory perception.
[G. tēle, distant, + pathos, feeling]

telepathy

[təlep′əthē]
Etymology: Gk, tele, far off, pathos, feeling
the alleged communication of thought from one person to another by means other than the physical senses. Also called thought transference. See also clairvoyance, extrasensory perception, parapsychology. telepathic, adj., telepathize, v.

telepathy

Paranormal
The alleged communication of thoughts and/or mental images by means other than those that can measured by physical senses and energy transmission.

te·lep·a·thy

(tĕ-lep'ă-thē)
Transmittal and reception of thoughts by means other than through the normal senses, as a form of extrasensory perception.
[G. tēle, distant, + pathos, feeling]

telepathy

Communication claimed to occur without the interposition of the senses.