Selected Publications

Fractal design
The following publications provide a glimpse into the more than 500 scientific papers and chapters published by Dr. Schwartz over the past fifty years of his academic career.  Two are from his Harvard years, three are from his Yale years, and five are from his University of Arizona years. 
The papers illustrate the breath and depth of the body of research investigated by Dr. Schwartz and his students and colleagues.

Schwartz, G. E. (2021). A computer-automated, multi-center, multi-blinded, randomized control trial evaluating hypothesized spirit presence and communication. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing 17. 351-359.

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Schwartz, G.E. (2011).  Photonic measurement of apparent presence of spirit using a computer automated system. EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing 7, 100-109.

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Schwartz, G. E. (2010). William James and the Search for Scientific Evidence of Life After Death. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 17, No. 11-12, 121-152.

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Schwartz, G.E, Schloss, EP (2006) World hypotheses and the evolution of integrative medicine: combining categorical diagnoses and cause-effect interventions with whole systems research and nonvisualizable (seemingly "impossible") healing. Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. Nov-Dec; 2(6):509-14.

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Schwartz, G. E., Bell, I.R., Dikman, Z.V., Kline, J.P., Wright, K.P. (1994).  EEG responses to low level chemicals in normals and cacosmics.  Toxicology and Industrial Health, 10, 633-643.

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Lane, R.D. and Schwartz, G.E.  (1987).  Levels of Emotional Awareness: A Cognitive‑Developmental Theory and Its Application to Psychopathology. American Journal of Psychiatry, 144, 133‑143.

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Schwartz, G.E. (1982).  Testing the biopsychosocial model: The ultimate challenge facing behavioral medicine?  E. Blanchard (Ed.)., Special issue on behavioral medicine of Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 50, 1040‑1053.

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Schwartz, G.E. and Weiss, S.M.  (1978).  Yale Conference on Behavioral Medicine: A proposed definition and statement of goals.  Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1, 3‑12.

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Schwartz, G.E. (1973). Biofeedback as therapy: Some theoretical and clinical issues. American Psychologist, 29, 666‑673.

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Schwartz, G.E.  (1972). Voluntary control of human cardiovascular integration and differentiation through feedback and reward.  Science, 174, 90‑93.

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“Memorizing and regurgitating are not science. Real science is a constant investigation of the unknown.”

- Abhijit Naskar, Neuroscientist and Author