A series of articles was published to describe primarily how psychology can be modeled using electromagnetic principles in a plausible and realistic way. Some of the articles also focus on clarifying misconceptions about the relation of quantum mechanics to the mind. The articles also attempt to describe how to correctly apply physical principles to the mind and behavior in general. Our most recent experimental study is currently the most practical and useful to people because it shows how mindfulness can increase interpersonal synchronicity (aka “being in sync”) and happiness.
Previous topics of research focus and discussion:
Topic I (2011): Psychobiophysics and the Superego, Ego, and Id
Topic II (2012): The Role of Physics in Consciousness: Direct “Spooky” Quantum Mechanical Connections or Real Psychology and Physical Science?
Topic III (2013): Mindfulness, Interpersonal Synchronicity, and Psychobiophysics
Topic IV (2017): Music and Psychobiophysics
Topic V (2018 and beyond): Mindfulness and Optimal Synchronicity
Part 2 of the Interconnectedness of Reality (adapted for journal publication; original version can be read in the book)- The Nature of the Relation Between Psychology and Physics: An Argument for a Central Role of Electromagnetism in Thought and Behavior; Neuroquantology December 2011
On a Physical Scientific Approach to Transpersonal Psychology; International Journal of Transpersonal Psychology (IJTS) published January 2012 in 2011 editionPDF)