Critique of the National Research Council ’ s Report on Meditation

@inproceedings{OrmeJohnson2005CritiqueOT,
  title={Critique of the National Research Council ’ s Report on Meditation},
  author={David W. Orme-Johnson and Charles N. Alexander and Mark A. Hawkins},
  year={2005}
}
Authors’ Note: A summary of this paper appeared as Appendix B in the National Institutes of Health Office of Alternative Medicine’s report Alternative Medicine—Expanding Medical Horizons. A report to the National Institutes of Health on alternative medical systems and practices in the United States. Prepared under the auspices of the Workshop on Alternative Medicine, Chantilly, Virginia. September 14-16, 1992. 

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