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Handbook of Indian psychology.


Handbook of Indian psychology.

Ed. by K. Ramakrishna Rao et al.

Foundation Books


648 pages




In this first volume, academics, therapists, educators, and others set the tone for the series Indian Psychology Book Project, which is intended to help rejuvenate the field. Covering systems and schools, topics and themes, and applications and implications, they discuss such matters as a Buddhist theory of unconscious mind, motivation, organizational psychology, and altered states of consciousness and the spiritual traditions. The pronunciation and transliteration of the Sanskrit alphabet is provided. Foundation Books is an imprint of Cambridge University Press India Pvt. Ltd.

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