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Phenomenological Meanings of Martial Arts Participation
Psychological research on the martial arts: an addendum to Fuller's review.
It is suggested that a non-positivist and context-sensitive approach such as phenomenology might clarify the contextual intricacy of the martial arts and thereby facilitate improved theoretical foundations and empirical research of martial arts participation as a psychological phenomenon.
Exceptional Experiences Following Exposure to a Sham “God Helmet”: Evidence for Placebo, Individual Difference, and Time of Day Influences
It has been claimed that applying weak complex electromagnetic patterns to the temporal lobes in a “God Helmet” stimulates the intrusion of right-hemispheric processes to awareness, resulting in…
Alan Watts--Here and Now: Contributions to Psychology, Philosophy, and Religion
Toward a body‐mind synthesis
- D. Rice
- 1 March 1993
Yasuo Yuasa. The Body: Toward an Eastern Mind‐Body Theory (N. Shigenori & T. P. Kasulis, Trans). Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987. 256 pp. $14.95 pb.
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- D. Rice
- 1 March 1995
The family that dreams together… Bynum, Edward Bruce. Families and the Interpretation of Dreams: Awakening the Intimate Web. Harrington Park Press, 1993, 250 pp.
AN EXPERIENCE WITH COMBINED MILIEU AND FAMILY GROUP THERAPY.