This course explores ancient and contemporary teachings about meditation from several different traditions including Buddhist Philosophy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Kundalini Yoga and Christian Contemplative Practice. Studies have shown that meditation practice can enhance clarity, creativity, self-actualization, and many of the other factors that contribute to health and well-being.

Learn basic research design and control techniques from threats to internal validity and interpretation of statistical analysis to critical evaluation of research in the field. Includes instruction in the use of library databases.

Prerequisites: HH500 & HH501. (2012‐2013 Graduate Catalog, p. 38)