How to presence

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. (2018) At home, even in the sky: trillions upon trillions of viruses fall from the sky each day [u]
  2. (2017) Awe, the diminished self, and collective engagement: universals and cultural variations in the small self [p] [d]
  3. (2017) What makes time special? [i] [d]
  4. (2017) Effectiveness of immersive videos in inducing awe: an experimental study [p] [d]
  5. (2017) Busting out: predictive brains, embodied minds, and the puzzle of the evidentiary veil [d]
  6. (2017) Distributed agency [i] [d]
  7. (2017) Enactivist interventions: rethinking the mind [i] [d]
  8. (2017) Inner experience and the good therapist [i] [d]
  9. (2017) Individuality and entanglement: the moral and material bases of social life [i]
  10. (2017) Nature, temporality and environmental management: Scandinavian and Australian perspectives on peoples and landscapes [i]
  11. (2017) Reperceiving the future [d]
  12. (2017) John Dewey and an ecological philosophy of religion [u]
  13. (2017) Prospection, well-being, and mental health [i]
  14. (2017) How is awe connected to wisdom? [u]
  15. (2017) The six extinctions: visualizing planetary ecological crisis today [d]
  16. (2017) Remembrance of things to come: a conversation between Zen and neuroscience on the predictive nature of the mind [d]
  17. (2017) Terrestrial lessons: the conquest of the world as globe [i]
  18. (2017) The zoomable universe: an epic tour through cosmic scale, from almost everything to nearly nothing [i]
  19. (2017) Learning from animations: from 2D to 3D? [i] [d]
  20. (2017) Brain connectivity during encoding and retrieval of spatial information: individual differences in navigation skills [p] [d]
  21. (2017) Persons as dialogical-hermeneutical-relational beings: new circumstances 'call out' new responses from us [d]
  22. (2017) The subject's matter: self-consciousness and the body [i]
  23. (2017) Informed reflexivity: enacting epistemic virtue [d]
  24. (2017) 21st-century narratives of world history: global and multidisciplinary perspectives [i] [d]
  25. (2017) Seeing the whole [i]
  26. (2017) Experienced wholeness: integrating insights from Gestalt theory, cognitive neuroscience, and predictive processing [i]
  27. (2017) The explanatory significance of wholes: how exclusive reliance on antecedent-consequent models of explanation undermines the study of persons [d]
  28. (2017) Space, time, and the limits of human understanding [i] [d]
  29. (2016) The 'big picture': the problem of extrapolation in basic research [d]
  30. (2016) Physical, behavioral and spatiotemporal perspectives of home in humans and other animals [i] [d]
  31. (2016) An embracing thought: contemporary Sōtō interpretations of hishiryō [d]
  32. (2016) Beyond telling: where new computational media is taking model-based reasoning [i] [d]
  33. (2016) Cosmological and psychological time [i] [d]
  34. (2016) The new world history: a field guide for teachers and researchers [i] [j]
  35. (2016) Past and future adaptation pathways [d]
  36. (2016) Program Earth: environmental sensing technology and the making of a computational planet [i] [d]
  37. (2016) Rethinking individuality: the dialectics of the holobiont [d]
  38. (2016) Overview: a new perspective of earth [i]
  39. (2016) The interface theory of perception [d]
  40. (2016) Distrusting the present [d]
  41. (2016) Metatherapeutic processing as a change-based therapeutic immediacy task: building an initial process model using a task-analytic research strategy [d]
  42. (2016) Environmental Virtual Observatories (EVOs): prospects for knowledge co-creation and resilience in the information age [d]
  43. (2016) The distressed body: rethinking illness, imprisonment, and healing [i]
  44. (2016) Experiential personal construct psychology and the integral universe: theoretical and clinical implications [i] [d]
  45. (2016) Everything counts: the organizing activity of an interpretive attitude [d]
  46. (2016) The intelligent behavior of plants [d]
  47. (2016) Scientific models are distributed and never abstract: a naturalistic perspective [i] [d]
  48. (2016) Time and consciousness [i] [d]
  49. (2016) First person action research: living life as inquiry [i]
  50. (2016) Embodying rationality [i] [d]
  51. (2016) Innovation in the collective brain [p] [d]
  52. (2016) Anticipation across disciplines [i] [d]
  53. (2016) The From Here to There (FHT) model of human development [u]
  54. (2016) The mindful self in space and time [i] [d]
  55. (2016) Between the international and the everyday: geopolitics and imaginaries of home [d]
  56. (2016) At land's end: novel spaces and the limits of planetarity [d]
  57. (2016) Atmosphere: context, detachment, and the view from above Earth [d]
  58. (2016) Look inside: cutaway illustrations and visual storytelling [i]
  59. (2016) Theory as vision [d]
  60. (2016) The overview effect: awe and self-transcendent experience in space flight [d]
  61. (2016) I contain multitudes: the microbes within us and a grander view of life [i]
  62. (2016) One practice samādhi [or: Constantly sitting samādhi] [i]
  63. (2016) Emptiness and omnipresence: an essential introduction to Tiantai Buddhism [i]
  64. (2015) Time perspective coaching [i] [d]
  65. (2015) Surfing uncertainty: prediction, action, and the embodied mind [i]
  66. (2015) Earth, life, and system: evolution and ecology on a Gaian planet [i] [d] [j]
  67. (2015) The now and the passage of time: from physics to psychology [d]
  68. (2015) The planetary turn: relationality and geoaesthetics in the twenty-first century [i]
  69. (2015) Collaborative developmental action inquiry [i] [d]
  70. (2015) Universal logic as a science of patterns [i] [d]
  71. (2015) The orbital perspective: lessons in seeing the big picture from a journey of seventy-one million miles [i]
  72. (2015) The digital globe and new mediations of the environment [i] [d]
  73. (2015) The value of educators 'on the floor': comparing three modes of presenting Science On a Sphere [d]
  74. (2015) Sounding the limits of life: essays in the anthropology of biology and beyond [i] [d] [j]
  75. (2015) Mediating scale: from the cosmic zoom to trans-scalar ecology [i] [u]
  76. (2015) The life of lines [i]
  77. (2015) The age of the world motion picture: cosmic visions in the post-Earthrise era [i] [d]
  78. (2015) Do meditators have higher awareness of their intentions to act? [d]
  79. (2015) The uncharted territory: time perspective research meets clinical practice: temporal focus in psychotherapy across adulthood and old age [i] [d]
  80. (2015) Cultivating intention (as we enter the fray): the skillful practice of embodying presence, awareness and purpose as action researchers [i] [d]
  81. (2015) Reading for the planet: toward a geomethodology [i]
  82. (2015) Understanding starts in the mesocosm: conceptual metaphor as a framework for external representations in science teaching [d]
  83. (2015) Sustainable values, sustainable change: a guide to environmental decision making [i]
  84. (2015) Rethinking thought: inside the minds of creative scientists and artists [i] [d]
  85. (2015) A sketch is not enough: dynamic external support increases creative insight on a guided synthesis task [d]
  86. (2015) The myth of the present moment [d]
  87. (2015) Knowing differently in systemic intervention [d]
  88. (2015) Analyzing in the present [d]
  89. (2015) Interdependence: biology and beyond [i]
  90. (2015) Temporality: culture in the flow of human experience [i]
  91. (2015) Surprisability and practical rationality: knowledge advancement through the explication of interpretation [i] [d]
  92. (2015) Unflattening [i]
  93. (2015) Reclaiming travel [i] [d]
  94. (2015) Alternative GIS (alt.gis) and the six senses of the new mind: is alt.gis transforming GIS into a liberation technology? [i] [d]
  95. (2015) Governance capabilities for dealing wisely with wicked problems [d]
  96. (2015) Skyfaring: a journey with a pilot [i]
  97. (2015) Patterns in the fabric of nature [i] [d]
  98. (2015) The invention of nature: Alexander von Humboldt's new world [i]
  99. (2014) The power of noticing: what the best leaders see [i]
  100. (2014) Cosmigraphics: picturing space through time [i]
  101. (2014) Scalar travel documentaries: animating the limits of the body and life [d]
  102. (2014) Developmental process emerges from extended brain–body–behavior networks [p] [d]
  103. (2014) Complexity in relational processing predicts changes in functional brain network dynamics [p] [d]
  104. (2014) Reality mining: using big data to engineer a better world [i]
  105. (2014) Theory U applied in transformative development [i]
  106. (2014) The power of 'mapping the territory': why economists should become more aware of the performativity of their models [d]
  107. (2014) Perspectives on theory U: insights from the field [i]
  108. (2014) Gaia: 'thinking like a planet' as transformative learning [d]
  109. (2014) Dimensions of integration in embedded and extended cognitive systems [d]
  110. (2014) The homing instinct: meaning & mystery in animal migration [i]
  111. (2014) Objects of consciousness [d]
  112. (2014) Taking the pulse of a continent: expanding site-based research infrastructure for regional- to continental-scale ecology [d]
  113. (2014) The myth of the bodily felt sense [i]
  114. (2014) The bird's-eye view: toward an environmental history of aviation [d]
  115. (2014) Remote sensing place: satellite images as visual spatial imaginaries [d]
  116. (2014) Sensor data streams [i] [d]
  117. (2014) Living systems theory of vocational behavior and development [i] [d]
  118. (2014) Depth, perception, and action: past, present, and future [d]
  119. (2014) Perspective: the calm within the storm [i]
  120. (2013) The role of locomotion in psychological development [p] [d]
  121. (2013) Curiosity: how science became interested in everything [i]
  122. (2013) The big world in the small: layered dynamics of meaning-making in the everyday [d]
  123. (2013) Outer space religion and the overview effect: a critical inquiry into a classic of the pro-space movement [d]
  124. (2013) Whatever next?: predictive brains, situated agents, and the future of cognitive science [and comments and reply] [d]
  125. (2013) Science and the messy, uncontrollable world of nature [i] [d]
  126. (2013) The feeling body: affective science meets the enactive mind [i]
  127. (2013) Emotional states from affective dynamics [d]
  128. (2013) The role of mental simulation in embodied cognition [d]
  129. (2013) Constructing memory, imagination, and empathy: a cognitive neuroscience perspective [d]
  130. (2013) Caring and well-being: a lifeworld approach [i]
  131. (2013) Onward [or: Unity] [i] [d]
  132. (2013) Moment-to-moment brain signal variability: a next frontier in human brain mapping? [d]
  133. (2013) The derivation of space [i]
  134. (2013) Epistemic economics and organization: forms of rationality and governance for a wiser economy [i]
  135. (2013/2016) The fragmentation of philosophy, the road to reintegration [i] [d]
  136. (2013) Towards an ontology of the present moment [d]
  137. (2013) Shapes, scents and sounds: quantifying the full multi-sensory basis of conceptual knowledge [d]
  138. (2013) The predictive mind [i] [d]
  139. (2013) Macrocognition: a theory of distributed minds and collective intentionality [i] [d]
  140. (2013) Making: anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture [i]
  141. (2013) Transnational ecocinema: film culture in an era of ecological transformation [i]
  142. (2013) How forests think: toward an anthropology beyond the human [i]
  143. (2013) Big data in history: a world-historical archive [i] [d]
  144. (2013) Sensor technologies: healthcare, wellness, and environmental applications [i] [d]
  145. (2013) Evidence-centered design for simulation-based assessment [p] [d]
  146. (2013) Coherence of pre-service physics teachers' views of the relatedness of physics concepts [d]
  147. (2013) The tangle of space and time in human cognition [p] [d]
  148. (2013) Cartography as a window to the world [d]
  149. (2013) Screening nature: cinema beyond the human [i]
  150. (2013) Drilling into complex 3D models with gimlenses [i] [d]
  151. (2013) How many trees are there in the Amazon? [u]
  152. (2013) Behavioral landscapes and change in behavioral landscapes: a multiple time-scale density distribution approach [d]
  153. (2013) Real-time space–time integration in GIScience and geography [d]
  154. (2013) To see the world and a grain of sand: learning across levels of space, time and scale [u]
  155. (2013) Crisis mapping, bio blitzes, and Google Flu Trends [u]
  156. (2013) Leading from the emerging future: from ego-system to eco-system economies [i]
  157. (2013) Landscape of the unknown: mobilizing three understandings of landscape to interpret American and Indian cinematic outer space [d]
  158. (2013) Self-emplacement in the lifeworld: the geographic imagination of American middle adolescents [o] [u]
  159. (2013) The Oxford handbook of the development of imagination [i] [d]
  160. (2013) Space as an invention of biological organisms [u]
  161. (2013) Rethinking biodiversity: from goods and services to 'living with' [d]
  162. (2013) Martin Luther King Jr. and the morality of legal practice: lessons in love and justice [i] [d]
  163. (2013) A systems view on revenge and forgiveness systems [d]
  164. (2013) Building imaginary worlds: the theory and history of subcreation [i]
  165. (2013) Intrinsic default mode network connectivity predicts spontaneous verbal descriptions of autobiographical memories during social processing [d]
  166. (2012) The open path: recognizing nondual awareness [i]
  167. (2012) A theory of spatial system archetypes [d]
  168. (2012) Environmental concern, moral education and our place in nature [d]
  169. (2012) Introduction to the senses: from biology to computer science [i] [d]
  170. (2012) History from within?: contextualizing the new neurohistory and seeking its methods [d]
  171. (2012) What a plant knows: a field guide to the senses [i]
  172. (2012) Seeing deep structure from the interactions of surface features [d]
  173. (2012) Developing an integrated history and future of people on earth (IHOPE) [d]
  174. (2012) Anchoring a terrain: landscape beyond urbanism [i] [d]
  175. (2012) Walking in beauty: an American Indian perspective on social justice [d]
  176. (2012) Maps help landowners think beyond human scale [d]
  177. (2012) Layered history: styles of reasoning as stratified conditions of possibility [d]
  178. (2012) How does expansive framing promote transfer?: several proposed explanations and a research agenda for investigating them [d]
  179. (2012) Epistemological parallels between the Nikāyas and the Upaniṣads [u]
  180. (2012) Metacognition and reasoning [d]
  181. (2012) The time of the explicating process [i]
  182. (2012) Implicit precision [i]
  183. (2012) Process generates structures: structures alone don't generate process [u]
  184. (2012) Scientific cognition: human centered but not human bound [d]
  185. (2012) A symbiotic view of life: we have never been individuals [p] [d]
  186. (2012) Keep in touch [d]
  187. (2012) Ecoliterate: how educators are cultivating emotional, social, and ecological intelligence [i]
  188. (2012) Entangled: an archaeology of the relationships between humans and things [i] [d]
  189. (2012) The construction of visual reality [i] [d]
  190. (2012) Rest is not idleness: implications of the brain's default mode for human development and education [d]
  191. (2012) What is systemic about systemic therapy?: therapy models muddle embodied systemic practice [d]
  192. (2012) Planetary science in higher education: ideas and experiences [d]
  193. (2012) Plugging the 'whole': librarians as interdisciplinary facilitators [d]
  194. (2012) The agile mind [i]
  195. (2012) Plant intentionality and the phenomenological framework of plant intelligence [p] [d]
  196. (2012) Concrete vs abstract visualisation: the real world as a canvas for data visualisation [i]
  197. (2012) Varieties of presence [i]
  198. (2012) A companion to world history [i] [d]
  199. (2012) The nonlinear world: conceptual analysis and phenomenology [i] [d]
  200. (2012) Transformative art: art as means for long-term neurocognitive change [d]
  201. (2012) Learning by mapping across situations [d]
  202. (2012) Self-organization takes time too [d]
  203. (2012) Experimental evidence for improved neuroimaging interpretation using three-dimensional graphic models [d]
  204. (2012) Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world [i] [d]
  205. (2012) The future of memory: remembering, imagining, and the brain [d]
  206. (2012) Looking through Hägerstrand's dual vistas: towards a unifying framework for time geography [d]
  207. (2012) Time scales of memory, learning, and plasticity [d]
  208. (2012) Ecological rationality: intelligence in the world [i]
  209. (2012) Narrating the environmental apocalypse: how imagining the end facilitates moral reasoning among environmental activists [d]
  210. (2012) Reflections on a definition: revisiting the meaning of learning [i] [d]
  211. (2012) A macro economy as an ecology of plans [d]
  212. (2011) The cloud of knowing: blurring the difference with China [d]
  213. (2011) The power of specificity in psychotherapy: when therapy works and when it doesn't [i]
  214. (2011) The neurobiology of semantic memory [d]
  215. (2011) Argumentation in science education: a model-based framework [d]
  216. (2011) True belonging: mindful practices to help you overcome loneliness, connect with others, and cultivate happiness [i]
  217. (2011) Steps to an ecology of systems: Whole Earth and systemic holism [i]
  218. (2011) Exploring the past and future of our planet: not bit-by-bit but all at once [d]
  219. (2011) The connection between postformal thought, stage transition, persistence, and ambition and major scientific innovations [i] [d]
  220. (2011) Philosophy and simulation: the emergence of synthetic reason [i]
  221. (2011) Drift into failure: from hunting broken components to understanding complex systems [i]
  222. (2011) Advancing a second-person contemplative approach for collective wisdom and leadership development [d]
  223. (2011) Geography as ecology [i] [d]
  224. (2011) My work is that of conservation: an environmental biography of George Washington Carver [i]
  225. (2011) Being alive: essays on movement, knowledge and description [i]
  226. (2011) From the scala naturae to the symbiogenetic and dynamic tree of life [d]
  227. (2011) Toward an integrated history to guide the future [d]
  228. (2011) The battle for compassion: ethics in an apathetic universe [i]
  229. (2011) The 'non-cuttable' space in between: context, boundaries and their natural fluidity [d]
  230. (2011) Epigenetics: embedded bodies and the molecularisation of biography and milieu [d]
  231. (2011) Such stuff as dreams: the psychology of fiction [i]
  232. (2011) A mixed self: the role of symbiosis in development [d]
  233. (2011) Space cannot be cut—why self-identity naturally includes neighbourhood [d]
  234. (2011) The complexity of moral learning: diversity, deprovincialisation and privilege [d]
  235. (2011) Live geography: interoperable geo-sensor webs facilitating the vision of Digital Earth [u]
  236. (2011) The un-making of a method: from rating scales to the study of psychological processes [d]
  237. (2011) Ecology revisited: reflecting on concepts, advancing science [i] [d]
  238. (2011) Perplexities of consciousness [i]
  239. (2011) Deep history: the architecture of past and present [i]
  240. (2011) An alternative map of the United States based on an n-dimensional model of geographic space [d]
  241. (2011) On the nature of concepts [d]
  242. (2011) Becoming planetary [d]
  243. (2011) The ontology of process philosophy in Follett's administrative theory [d]
  244. (2011) Conceptualizing the heterogeneity, embeddedness, and ongoing restructuring that make ecological complexity 'unruly' [i] [d]
  245. (2011) Situation awareness and virtual globes: applications for disaster management [d]
  246. (2011) We are all stakeholders of Gaia: a normative perspective on stakeholder thinking [d]
  247. (2011) Society–nature coevolution: interdisciplinary concept for sustainability [d]
  248. (2011) Taking emergence seriously: the centrality of circular causality for dynamic systems approaches to development [d]
  249. (2011) Illustrative molecular visualization with continuous abstraction [d]
  250. (2010) Perception beyond inference: the information content of visual processes [i]
  251. (2010) On the vices of nominalization and the virtues of contextualizing [i]
  252. (2010) Removing brakes on adult brain plasticity: from molecular to behavioral interventions [d]
  253. (2010) Vibrant matter: a political ecology of things [i]
  254. (2010) 'I am insubstantial in the universe. But in the universe, there is nothing which is not me': toward a Chan ecocriticism, ecology, and the experience of film [j]
  255. (2010) Life as performance art: right and left brain function, implicit knowing, and 'felt coherence' [i]
  256. (2010) The return of universal history [or universal time-geography?] [d] [j]
  257. (2010) The return of the animists: recent studies of Amazonian ontologies [d]
  258. (2010) Predictive coding and the neural response to predictable stimuli [p] [d]
  259. (2010) American citizen, global citizen: how expanding your identity makes you richer, stronger, wiser—and builds a better world [i]
  260. (2010) Depicting time evolving flow with illustrative visualization techniques [i] [d]
  261. (2010) Challenging anthropocentric analysis of visual data: a relational materialist methodological approach to educational research [d]
  262. (2010) Cognitive ecology [d]
  263. (2010) Systems practice: how to act in a climate change world [i] [d]
  264. (2010) Going to the core: deepening reflection by connecting the person to the profession [i] [d]
  265. (2010) Digital earth's nervous system for crisis events: real-time sensor web enablement of volunteered geographic information [d]
  266. (2010) Handbook of reflection and reflective inquiry [i] [d]
  267. (2010) Place-based narratives: an entry point for ministry to the soul of a community [i]
  268. (2010) The dynamic development of thinking, feeling, and acting over the life span [i] [d]
  269. (2010) Teaching mindfulness: a practical guide for clinicians and educators [i] [d]
  270. (2010) Putting egocentric and allocentric into perspective [i] [d]
  271. (2010) The mind in context [i]
  272. (2010) Putting the 'world' in world history [d]
  273. (2010) Realizing Genjōkōan: the key to Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō [i]
  274. (2010) Sensing changes: technologies, environments, and the everyday, 1953–2003 [i]
  275. (2010) The call of passive history [u]
  276. (2010) Observational approaches in ecology open new ground in a changing world [d]
  277. (2010) The timespace of human activity: on performance, society, and history as indeterminate teleological events [i]
  278. (2010) Leadership as art: leaders coming to their senses [d]
  279. (2010) Forms of vitality: exploring dynamic experience in psychology, the arts, psychotherapy, and development [i]
  280. (2010) How brains make mental models [i] [d]
  281. (2010) Developmental action inquiry: a distinct integral theory that actually integrates developmental theory, practice, and research [i]
  282. (2010) Dimensions of intersubjectivity in Mahāyāna-Buddhism and relational psychoanalysis [d]
  283. (2010) Novelty as a dimension in the affective brain [d]
  284. (2009) The complete guide to simulations and serious games: how the most valuable content will be created in the age beyond Gutenberg to Google [i]
  285. (2009) Simulation, situated conceptualization, and prediction [d]
  286. (2009) The Oxford companion to consciousness [i] [d]
  287. (2009) The accomplishment of authority through presentification: how authority is distributed among and negotiated by organizational members [d]
  288. (2009) Embodied attentiveness: recognising the language of movement [d]
  289. (2009) Mapping globalization: a conversation between a filmmaker and a cartographer [d]
  290. (2009/2016) History and science after the chronometric revolution [i] [j]
  291. (2009) The role of imagistic simulation in scientific thought experiments [d]
  292. (2009) Seeking our place in the web of life: animals and human spirituality [d]
  293. (2009) Enactivism and the unity of perception and action [d]
  294. (2009) We can think with the implicit, as well as with fully-formed concepts [i] [d]
  295. (2009) Relational being: beyond self and community [i]
  296. (2009) Why the brain talks to itself: sources of error in emotional prediction [d]
  297. (2009) Oriented flows: the molecular biology and political economy of the stew [d] [j]
  298. (2009) Tillvaroväven [i]
  299. (2009) The construction system of the brain [d]
  300. (2009) The practice of adaptive leadership: tools and tactics for changing your organization and the world [i]
  301. (2009) Re-thinking Apollo: envisioning environmentalism in space [d]
  302. (2009) Parallel coordinates: visual multidimensional geometry and its applications [i] [d]
  303. (2009) Letting everything become your teacher: 100 lessons in mindfulness [i]
  304. (2009) The fallacy of partitioning: epigenetics' validation of the organism-environment system [d]
  305. (2009) Temporal convergence for knowledge management [d]
  306. (2009) Earth in our care: ecology, economy, and sustainability [i]
  307. (2009) The provenance and control of behavior: simplistic answers are doomed to fail [d]
  308. (2009) Simulation: Art or science? How to teach it? [d]
  309. (2009) Imagining predictions: mental imagery as mental emulation [d]
  310. (2009) Friends, neighbors, and boundaries [d]
  311. (2009) Extended life [d]
  312. (2009) Time-structured and net intraindividual variability: tools for examining the development of dynamic characteristics and processes [d]
  313. (2009) Examining the 'whole child' to generate usable knowledge [d]
  314. (2009) The Cambridge handbook of situated cognition [i] [d]
  315. (2009) The dynamics of action-oriented problem solving: linking interpretation and choice [j]
  316. (2009) Presencing Institute toolbook [u]
  317. (2009) Mindful teaching & teaching mindfulness: a guide for anyone who teaches anything [i]
  318. (2009) How to make sense of weak signals [u]
  319. (2009) The ethics of Google Earth: crossing thresholds from spatial data to landscape visualisation [d]
  320. (2009) Working through synthetic worlds [i]
  321. (2009) The generalist approach [d]
  322. (2009) Healing spaces: the science of place and well-being [i]
  323. (2009) In the light of time [d]
  324. (2009) Momentary reductions of attention permit greater processing of irrelevant stimuli [d]
  325. (2008) Value network analysis and value conversion of tangible and intangible assets [d]
  326. (2008) Animating the aquarium: revealing space-time trajectories and pockets of local order through visualisation [u]
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