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Buddhist Thought and Applied Psychological Research Transcending the Boundaries
作者 Drummond, Michael S. ; Lal, Y. B. ; Nauriyal, D. K. ; NetLibrary Inc.
出版日期2006
出版者Routledge
資料類型網路資料=Internet Resrouce
使用語言英文=English
附註項叢編Routledge critical studies in Buddhism
關鍵詞Buddhism; Psychology
摘要The interface between Buddhist Studies and the uses of Buddhist principles and practices in psychotherapy and consciousness studies has attracted a growing interest from scholars and researchers of both Buddhism and psychology. This book examines the origins and expressions of Buddhist thought, and how it is now being utilized by psychologists and social scientists. The basic tenets of Buddhism and contemporary Buddhist-based empirical research in the psychological sciences are explained. Further emphasis is placed on current trends in the areas of clinical and cognitive psychology and on the Mahayana Buddhist understanding of consciousness with reference to certain developments in Consciousness Studies and Physics.

目次
About the Contributors [background]
Foreword by HH the Dalai Lama
Preface
Acknowledgements
Part 1: An Understanding of Consciousness from Traditional Buddhist
Philosophical Perspectives
The First-person Perspective in Postmodern Psychology
John Pickering
The Spiritual Significance of Emptiness in N?g?rjuna's M?lamadhyamakak?rik?
William Ames
A Comparative Study of the âlaya-vijñ?na as Seen from the Yog?c?ra and Dzogchen
Perspectives
David F. Germano and William Waldron
Rangjung Dorje?s Variegations of Mind: Ordinary Awareness and Pristine Awareness
in Tibetan Buddhist Literature
Michael R. Sheehy
Nirvà?a and Neuroscience: The Self-Liberating Brain
Guy Claxton
Vacuum States of Consciousness: A Tibetan Buddhist View
B. Alan Wallace
The Co-Emergence of the Knower and the Known: A Comparison between Madhyamaka
and Kant's Epistemology
Michel Bitbol
The Bodhisattva?s Brain: Neuroscience and Happiness
Owen Flanagan, Jr
The Co-arising of Self and Object, World, and Society: Buddhist and Scientific
Approaches
William S. Waldron
Tibetan Buddhism and Jungian Psychology
Victor Mansfield
Part 2: Mental Afflictions: Their Arising and Deconstruction.
Section One
Mindfulness in the Pàli Nikàyas
Analayo
The Transformative Impact of Non-Self
Andrew Olendzki
Tsong-kha-pa?s Gradual Path System for Ending Mental Afflictions and his Methods
for Countering Anger
James Apple
Western Science Meets Eastern Wisdom to Experience Bodily Feelings
Michael S. Drummond
Zen Koan and Mental Health: The Art of Not Deceiving Yourself
Mu Soeng
Buddhism in the West: The Primacy of Meditation Practice
Christopher D. Tori
Section Two
Destructive Emotions
Daniel Goleman
Finding the Middle Way: A Multi-Domain Model of Meditation in the Treatment of
Compulsive Eating
Jean Kristeller and James W. Jones
Mindfulness Meditation in the Prevention and Treatment of Addictive Behaviors
G. Alan Marlatt, Sarah Bowen, George A. Parks, Anil Coumar
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression
John D. Teasdale
The Psychological Processes Underlying Mindfulness: Exploring the Link Between
Buddhism and Modern Contextual Behavioral Psychology
Steven C. Hayes, Chad Shenk, Akihiko Masuda, Kara Bunting
Buddhist Practice and Emotional Intelligence: Finding the Convergence
Joseph Ciarrochi
Mindfulness and Enactment in Psychoanalysis
Jeremy D. Safran
Contribution of Modern Psychological Methods to the Attainment of Buddhist Goals
Marvin Levine
Epilogue:
Where We Are and Where We Are Likely to Go
Christopher D. Tori and D. K. Nauriyal
ISBN9780203098899
點閱次數450
建檔日期2007.09.13
更新日期2007.09.26










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