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Buddhism and Cognitive Science: Contributions to an Enlarged Discourse
Introduces a series of papers on Buddhism and cognitive science in a special section of Pacific World : The Journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies. The author discusses the points of cont...
Buddhist social principles
In this chapter of the book Psychology and Buddhism: From Individual to Global Community, the author suggests that not only does Buddhist mindfulness meditation allow the individual to develop ...
Change on psychological scales following Buddhist and Roman Catholic retreats
Orthogonal contrasts of Adjective Checklist pretest-posttest change scores obtained from adolescents who attended three-day Buddhist or Roman Catholic retreats (n = 204) and no treatment control parti...
Encountering Buddhism : Western psychology and Buddhist teachings
Scholars, research scientists, and therapists look at what it means to encounter, sometimes struggle with, be inspired by, and attempt to integrate Buddhist teachings into their own worldviews and pro...
Environmental problems and Buddhist ethics : from the perspective of the consciousness-only doctrine
The Buddhist concept of Mind-Only or Consciousness-Only provides a dynamic model of mental functioning wherein everything that appears to the individual ultimately arises from the mind or, in Sanskrit...
Five manifestations of the Buddha in the West : a brief history
This chapter of Psychology and Buddhism: From Individual to Global Community seeks to order and examine psychotherapeutic literature that has been influenced by the Buddhist tradition. The auth...
How do I know thee? Let me count the ways : meditation and basic cognitive processes
Eleanor Rosch discusses Buddhist themes and practices of letting go bias, developing groundedness and awareness, as well Buddhist ways of thinking about time and spontaneous action. She relates these ...
Investigating the mind [videorecording] : session 1 : attention & cognitive control
On a September weekend in 2003 at M.I.T., psychologists, neuroscientists, and philosophers met with the Dalai Lama and Buddhists scholars to discuss Buddhist and scientific perspectives on attention, ...
MindScience : an east-west dialogue
MindScience is a record of a conference that took place between the Dalai Lama and psychologists, psychiatrists, neuroscientists, and psychobiologists at Harvard Medical School in March 24, 199...
On being a non-Buddhist Buddhist : a conversation with myself
In this chapter of the volume Encountering Buddhism : Western Psychology and Buddhist Teachings, author Seth Robert Segal, a professor at Yale School of Medicine and the director of psychology ...
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