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Citable Software (*.cff)
Citable Software (*.cff)
The vertical representation of affect: Mood effects in visual search
The vertical representation of affect: Mood effects in visual search
Sri Aurobindo – Kena and other Upanishads
Yoga nidrâ
Yoga nidrâ
The “Psilocybin-Telomere Hypothesis”: An empirically falsifiable prediction concerning the beneficial neuropsychopharmacological effects of psilocybin on genetic aging
The “Psilocybin-Telomere Hypothesis”: An empirically falsifiable prediction concerning the beneficial neuropsychopharmacological effects of psilocybin on genetic aging
Kapālabhātī
Kapālabhātī
Dual-Aspect monism
Dual-Aspect monism
Fractional Reserve Banking as Economic Parasitism
Fractional Reserve Banking as Economic Parasitism
95% Confidence Intervals
95% Confidence Intervals
Breaking Convention (International Conference on psychedelic consciousness, London, Greenwich)
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Citable Software (*.cff)
Citable Software (*.cff)
The vertical representation of affect: Mood effects in visual search
The vertical representation of affect: Mood effects in visual search
Sri Aurobindo – Kena and other Upanishads
Sri Aurobindo – Kena and other Upanishads
Yoga nidrâ
Yoga nidrâ
The “Psilocybin-Telomere Hypothesis”: An empirically falsifiable prediction concerning the beneficial neuropsychopharmacological effects of psilocybin on genetic aging
The “Psilocybin-Telomere Hypothesis”: An empirically falsifiable prediction concerning the beneficial neuropsychopharmacological effects of psilocybin on genetic aging
Kapālabhātī
Kapālabhātī
Dual-Aspect monism
Dual-Aspect monism
Fractional Reserve Banking as Economic Parasitism
Fractional Reserve Banking as Economic Parasitism
95% Confidence Intervals
95% Confidence Intervals
Breaking Convention (International Conference on psychedelic consciousness, London, Greenwich)
Breaking Convention (International Conference on psychedelic consciousness, London, Greenwich)
Citable Software (*.cff)

In order to make software easily citable, a "citation file format" *.CITATION.cff should be included in the root of the repository.
cff-version: 1.0.3
message: If you use this software, please cite it as below.
authors:
- family-names: Germann
given-names: Christopher, Benjamin
orcid: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1573-4651
title: Psychology Meta Search Tool
version: 1.0.2
URL: https://christopher-germann.de/psychology-meta-search-tool-v1-02/
date-released: 2012-07-16

In R the citation of a given package can be extracted as follows (using BibTeX for LaTex).

citation('ggplot2')

#To cite ggplot2 in publications, please use:
#H. Wickham. ggplot2: elegant graphics for data analysis. Springer New York, 2009.
#A BibTeX entry for LaTeX users is

@Book{,
author (...)

Citable Software (*.cff)
Yoga nidrâ

becomes the bed of the lotus-naveled Vishnu when at the termination of every Yuga that deity of immeasurable power enjoys yoga-nidra, the deep sleep under the spell of spiritual meditation.
— Mahabharata, Book 1, section XXI
Yoga nidrâ (Sanskrit: योग निद्रा) also known as "yogic sleep" is a specific state of consciousness (usually induced by a guided meditation) which can be described as a a state between waking and sleeping. is an appropriate asana for yoga nidra.

 

Parker, S., Bharati, S. V., & Fernandez, M.. (2013). Defining yoga-nidra: traditional accounts, physiological research, and future directions.. International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 23(1), 11–6. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24016819

“The term yoga-nidra has been used in many empirical (...)

Yoga nidrâ
The “Psilocybin-Telomere Hypothesis”: An empirically falsifiable prediction concerning the beneficial neuropsychopharmacological effects of psilocybin on genetic aging

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The “Psilocybin-Telomere Hypothesis”: An empirically falsifiable prediction concerning the beneficial neuropsychopharmacological effects of psilocybin on genetic aging
Kapālabhātī

Kapālabhātī is a yogic prāṇāyāma technique. From an etymological perspective, the word kapalabhati is a composite lexeme composed of two Sanskrit words: "kapal" meaning 'skull', and "bhati" meaning 'shining, illuminating'. (...)

Kapālabhātī
Dual-Aspect monism

Visit: http://dual-aspect-monism.cf

Abstract

It is argued that the Möbius band provides a readily communicable conceptual visual metaphor for dual-aspect Monism à la Pauli-Jung. The Pauli-Jung conjecture is particularly relevant in the context of modern neuroscience as most contemporary neuroscientists stipulate prima facie that the brain produces consciousness. However, this perspective is not conclusively supported by empirical evidence. the monistic dual-aspect perspective provides a parsimonious & elegant solution for the mind-body problem and the hard problem of consciousness (viz., the production problem). The symbolism of the Möbius band is particularly interesting from an embodied and grounded cognition perspective.  Specifically, Lakoff’s “conceptual metaphor theory” provides (...)

Dual-Aspect monism
95% Confidence Intervals

In inferential statistics, a confidence interval (CI) is a type of interval estimate, computed from the statistics of the observed data, that might contain the true value of an unknown population parameter. The interval has an associated confidence level that, loosely speaking, quantifies the level of confidence that the parameter lies in the interval. More strictly speaking, the confidence level represents the frequency (i.e. the proportion) of possible confidence intervals that contain the true value of the unknown population parameter. In other words, if confidence intervals are constructed using a given confidence level from an infinite number of independent sample statistics, the proportion of those intervals that contain the true value of the parameter will be equal to the confidence (...)

95% Confidence Intervals
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