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Buddhist Psychology by Eleanor H. Rosch

Buddhist Psychology

webcast.berkeley Course - Psychology 107

by Eleanor H. Rosch

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Based on tradition of direct observation of working of ordinary mind in everyday life situations. Provides contrasting perspective to present theories of cognition, perception, motivation, emotion, social interaction, and neurosis.

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Wonderful resource
Reviewer milian
 September 02, 2014
Prof. Rosch is, unquestionably, a real expert in the field. She succeeds at making buddhist psychology understandable. I really appreciate her style of lecturing. It certainly helps if the listener has basic knowledge of academic psychology and some meditation experience. My only regret is that I can not see the slides, since she often refers to illustrations to explain things. What works well in the classroom, does not really translate to the audio file. But apart from that, thank you so much for making this lecture accessible for free!

I am hugely appreciate of access to these wonderful lectures
Reviewer Merielsea
 February 28, 2010
I am still so excited, a year after discovering that everyone has access to these lectures on Buddhism by Eleanor Rosch, and the psychology of dreams and also lectures on non-violence by Michael Nagler, amazing and wonderful, I let everyone know that i can and listen to them again and again as they are multifaceted and life changing.

The quality of audio will improve with time I'm sure....but why wait till it is perfect, someone has felt inspired to share knowledge and has gone ahead with it. Thank you

Excellent information for the general public
Reviewer dpieters
 February 10, 2009
The fact that this quality of material is available on the internet, for free, is extremely impressive. We are truly in the information age, where knowledge should be readily available to use for the betterment of society.

This institution (UC CAL @ Berkley and others) realize this and I hope others will follow. I now have a reason to use my IPOD.

Thank you
Denny P

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