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Patterns of Awareness: Consciousness and the Group Mind. (1984) The Gestalt Journal. VI, (2). with John K. Wood.
Reflections of Sheldrake, Wilber and New Science. (1984) Journal of Humanistic Psychology 24 (2) pp. 116-120
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Women's Voice: Everyone's World. (1983) Journey 3 (1)
Evolving aspects of the person-centered approach. (1979) Newsletter of the Association of Humanistic Psychology. pp. 11-14 January
Person-Centered Approach as Conscientização. (1982) Journey 2 (2)
Learnings in Large Groups: the implications for the future. (1979) Education , 100 (2), M.V. Bowen, M. M. O'Hara, C.R. Rogers &. J.K. Wood.
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