**RESULTS**

**T**able 1 shows the results of the runs. Three of the 21 runs resulted in Z scores with p<.06 (two tailed). The primary analysis of interest here are the correlations between psi performance and the questionnaire responses, but it is of interest to note (post-hoc) that the binomial probability of the PK results is p=0.034 (one-tailed), thus there is some evidence for psi in this dataset.

**T**able 2 shows the correlations between answers to the questionnaire and psi performance in terms of |X|. The results show strong negative correlations between psi performance and belief in luck, ESP experience, and participants' belief about being able to make luck happen.

**A**nalysis of the 25 correlations reveals that 19 are negative; the binomial probability of 19/25 negative correlations is p=0.002. However, this is not overly suprising because many of these questions are cross-correlated. What is surprising is that the "belief in luck" correlation is very strong (r = -.811), and remains significant even after a Bonferonni correction.