I spooked a nice buck three times out of the same area on consecutive days. Only to find out it was his bedding area, this was back when I first started hunting back in my teens. That was with the wind in my favor..but didn't see him for the rest of the season. I am sure he was on edge the 2nd time and the third time put him over the edge.
I think deer have different personalities and some are more tolerant than others but it really depends how bad you spooked the deer.. If the wind is in their favor twice is the maximum and then they will high tail it on that second time. Everyone's observations will be different all deer don't act in the exact same manner, time and time again. Like the rest of the guys in the article are saying it is really hard to pin down how bad you spooked a deer, to accurately determine if they will come back again.
The trick is to avoid spooking him after the first initial jump,which is easier said than done. Make sure the wind is right and hang a stand on the trail leading out of his bedding area. If you can not find the exact trail do not fret on it. If it is old forest timber or an area that gives high visibility of upto 300-500 yards or more, then hang the tree stand on that perimeter and see if you can spot him with the binoculars. That way you can pinpoint his patterns without spooking him out of the area altogether.
"The deerskin rug on our study floor, the buck's head over the fireplace, what are these after all but the keys which have unlocked enchanted doors, and granted us not only health and vigor, but a fresh and fairer vision of existence" -Paul. Brandreth