List of Publications by Leon James (1960- current)
Professor of Psychology, University of Hawaii
leon@hawaii.edu or licujames@gmail.com

NOTE: Leon James was formerly Leon A. Jakobovits

1.     Lambert, W.E. and Jakobovits, L.A. Verbal satiation and changes in the intensity of meaning. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1960, 60, 376-83.

2.     Jakobovits, L.A. and Lambert, W.E. Semantic satiation among bilinguals. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1961, 62, 576-82.

3.     Jakobovits, Leon A. Effects of Repeated Presentation on cognitive Aspects of Behavior: Some Experiments on the Phenomenon of Semantic Satiation. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, McGill University. 1962. Available here: http://www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/499s2000/banaag/semantic-satiation.htm

4.     Jakobovits, L.A. and Lambert, W.E. Semantic satiation in an addition task. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1962, 16, 112-19.

5.     Jakobovits, L.A. and Lambert, W.E. Mediated satiation in verbal transfer. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1962, 64, 346-51.

6.     Jakobovits, L.A. and Lambert, W.E. The effects of repetition in communication on meanings and attitudes. In L. Arons and M.A. May (Eds.), Television and Human Behavior. New York: Appleton- Century-Crofts, 1963. Pp.167-76.

7.     Messer, S., Jakobovits, L.A., Kanungo, R., and Lambert, W.E. Semantic satiation of words and numbers. British Journal of Psychology , 1964, 55, 155-63.

8.     Jakobovits, L.A. and Lambert, W.E. Stimulus-characteristics as determinants of semantic changes with repeated presentation. American Journal of Psychology, 1964, 77, 84-92.

9.     Jakobovits, L.A. Semantic satiation in concept formation. Psychological Reports, 1965, 17, 113-14.

10.  Jakobovits, L.A. Repetition of auditorily presented information. Psychological Reports, 1965, 17, 785-86.

11.  Jakobovits, L.A. Mediation theory and the 'single-stage' S-R model: Different? Psychological Review, 1966, 73, 376-81.

12.  Jakobovits, L.A. Utilization of semantic satiation in stuttering: A theoretical analysis. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1966, 31, 105-114.

13.  Jakobovits, L.A. Studies of fads: I. The 'Hit Parade.' Psychological Reports, 1966, 18, 443-50.

14.  Jakobovits, L.A. Television, Children, and Repetition. Institute of Communications Research: Urbana, Illinois, 1966.

15.  Jakobovits, L.A. Comparative psycholinguistics in the study of cultures. International Journal of Psychology, 1966, 1, 15-37. (Also translated and reprinted in: T. Slama-Cazacu (Ed.), La Psycholinguistique. Paris: Editions Klincksieck, 1972.) Abstract here.

16.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Osgood, C.E. Connotations of twenty psychological journals to their professional readers. American Psychologist , 1967, 22, 792-800.

17.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Miron, M.S. (eds.). Readings in the Psychology of Language. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: 1967.

18.  Jakobovits, L.A. Semantic Satiation as a Function of Initial Polarity.  Paper presented at the 1967 Eastern Psychological Association annual conference.  Available here.

19.  Jakobovits, L.A. Comments on Macnamara's "How can one measure the extent of a person's bilingual proficiency?" Proceedings of the International Seminar on the Description and Measurement of Bilingualism. New Brunswick: University of Moncton, 1967.

20.  Jakobovits, L.A. Semantic satiation and cognitive dynamics. Journal of Special Education, 1967, 2, 35-44.  Available here.

21.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Hogenraad, Robert. Some suggestive evidence on the operation of semantic generation and satiation in group discussions. Psychological Reports, 1967, 20, 1247-1250.

22.  Jakobovits, L.A. Words, words, words. In L. Kuppuswami, Modern Trends in Psychology. Bombay: Manaktala & Sons, 1967.

23.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Lambert, W.E. A note on the measurement of semantic satiation. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1967, 6, 954-57.

24.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Hogenraad, Robert. Le phenomene de la satiation semantique. Bulletin de Psychologie. 1968, 22, 140-49.

25.  Jakobovits, L.A. Effects of mere exposure: A comment. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Monograph Supplement, 1968, 9, 30-32.  Available here.

26.  Jakobovits, L.A. Dimensionality of compound-coordinate bilingualism. Language Learning, August 1968, (Special Issue No. 3), 29-49. Parts of this available in this chapter.

27.  Jakobovits, L.A. Implications of recent psycholinguistic developments for the teaching of a second language. Language Learning, 1968, 18, 89-109. (Also reprinted in: Mark Lester (Ed.), Readings in Applied Transformational Grammar. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston 1970). (Again reprinted in: Robert C. Lugton (Ed.), Toward a Cognitive Approach to Second Language Acquisition. Philadelphia: The Center for Curriculum Development, 1971.)

28.  Jakobovits, L.A. Second language learning and transfer theory: A theoretical assessment. Language Learning, 1969, 19, 55-86.  Parts of this available in this chapter.

29.  Jakobovits, L.A. Research findings and FL requirements in colleges and universities. Foreign Language Annals, 1969, 2, 436-56.

30.  Jakobovits, L.A. A functional approach to the assessment of language skills. Journal of English as a Second Language, 1969, 4, 63-76 (Also reprinted in: A. Aarons and Barbara Y. Gordon (Eds.), Linguistic-Cultural Differences and American Education. Special Anthology Issue of The Florida FL Reporter, vol.7, 1969.)  Also reprinted and available here in this chapter.

31.  Jakobovits, L.A. The physiology and psychology of second language learning. In Emma Birkmaier (Ed.), Britannica Review of Foreign Language Education. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1969.  Available here.

32.  Jakobovits, L.A. Rhetoric and stylistics: Some basic issues in the analysis of discourse. College Composition and Communication, 1969, 20, 314-28.  Available here.

33.  Jakobovits, L.A. The development of a cross-cultural graphic differential. International Journal of Symbology, 1969, 1, 28-52.  Available here.

34.  Jakobovits, L.A. The psycholinguists: Whither now? A review of G.A. Miller's "The Psychology of Communication." Contemporary Psychology, 1969, 14, 156-57.  Available here.

35.  Jakobovits, L.A. Foreign Language Learning: A Psycholinguistic Analysis of the Issues. Rowley, Mass.: Newbury House, 1970.   Available chapters online:   Chapter 3   | Chapter 4 |   Chapter 5

36.  Jakobovits, L.A. Prolegomena to a theory of communicative competence In R.C. Lugton (Ed.), English as a Second Language: Current Issues. Philadelphia: Center for Curriculum Development, 1970. Pp.1-39.  Available here.

37.  Jakobovits, L.A. The foundations of foreign language learning and teaching: Psychological aspects. In Eberhard Reichmann (Ed.), The Teaching of German: Problems and Methods. Philadelphia: National Carl Schurz Association, 1970.

38.  Nelson, R.J. and Jakobovits, L.A. Motivation in foreign language learning. In J. Tursi (Ed.), Foreign Languages and the New Student: Reports of the Working Committees. New York: Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 1970. Pp.30-104.

39.  Jakobovits James, Leon. On becoming a language teacher. Paper Presented at The Sixth Annual Convention of TESOL. Washington, D.C. February 1972. U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education. (ERIC Document ED 061 830) http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED061830.pdf

40.  Jakobovits James, Leon. The encounter-communication workshop. University of Illinois. June 1970. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Office of Education. (ERIC Document ED 062) 883 FL 003 221) http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED062883.pdf

41.  Steinberg, Danny D. and Jakobovits, Leon A.  (Eds.)   Semantics:  An Interdisciplinary Reader in Philosophy, Linguistics, and PsychologyNew York:  Cambridge University Press, 1971.

42.  Jakobovits, L.A. Procedural steps in individualizing FL instruction. Individualization of Foreign Language Learning in America Newsletter. December 1971. (Also reprinted in: Foreign Language Annals, 1971, 96-98.)

43.  Jakobovits, L.A. The psychological bases of second language learning Language Sciences, February 1971, 22-28. (Also reprinted in: Frank Pialorsi (Ed.), Teaching the Bilingual: New Methods and Old Tradition.)

44.  Jakobovits, L.A. A typology of FL education with particular emphasis on compensatory and individualized instruction. In Ronald L. Gougher (Ed.), Individualized Instruction in Foreign Languages Philadelphia: Center for Curriculum Development, 1971. Chapt.5. (Also reprinted in: H.B. Altman and R.L. Politzer (Eds.), Individualized Foreign Language Instruction. Rowley, Mass.: Newbury House, 1971.) Available here.

45.  Jakobovits, L.A. Freedom to teach and freedom to learn: Pre-publication of selections from "The Context of Foreign Language Teaching." Foreign Language Newsletter, XX(79), December 1971, 7-9.  Available here.

46.  Jakobovits, L.A. Some potential uses of the Cross-cultural Atlas of Affective Meanings. Proceedings of the XI Interamerican Congress of Psychology. Mexico, 1967. Also reprinted in: W.W. Lambert and Rita Weisbrod (Eds.), Comparative Perspectives on Social Psychology. Boston: Little, Brown, 1971. Pp.164-74. Available online here.

47.  Steinberg, Danny and Jakobovits, L.A. (Eds.), Semantics: An Inter-disciplinary Reader in Linguistics, Philosophy, and Psychology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971. (Reprinted paperback editions in 1972 and again in 1974.)

48.  Jakobovits, L.A. American psycholinguistics with a European perspective. Modern Language Journal, 1972.

49.  Jakobovits, L.A. The dilemma of bilingual education. In Merrill Swain (Ed.), Bilingual Schooling. Toronto: The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1972.

50.  Jakobovits, L.A. Authenticity in foreign language teaching. Introduction to Sandra Savignon, Toward Communicative Competence: An Experiment in Foreign Language Teaching. Philadelphia: Center for Curriculum Development, 1972. Available here.

51.  Jakobovits, L.A. Review of Hans Hormann's "Psycholinguistics: An Introduction to Research and Theory." The Modern Language Journal, LVI(4), April 1972, 254.

52.  Jakobovits, L.A. Freedom to teach and freedom to learn. TESOL Quarterly, 1973, 117-126.  Available here.

53.  Jakobovits, L.A. Vers une nouvelle philosophie de l'enseignement des langues. Le Francais dans le Monde, 1973.

54.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Gordon, Barbara Y. The Context of Foreign Language Teaching, Rowley, Mass.: Newbury House, 1974.  Out of print.  Available chapters here:    Chapter 1 | Chapter 3Chapter 5Chapter 6 |   Chapter 7 Chapter 8 | Chapter 9

55.  Jakobovits, L.A. Transactional engineering analysis: A reply to Ney. The Modern Language Journal, 1974, LVIII(4), 201-03.

56.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Diane Nahl.   Community-Cataloguing Practices. (Series I through VI). Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii, 1975-79.  Several of these are availablehere(1) || here(2) ||  here(3)  || here(4) ||  here(5) ||  and here(6)

57.  Jakobovits, L.A. Principles of Ethnosemantics and Its Relation to Ethnomethodology and Applied Psycholinguistics. 1977. On the Web at: http://www.soc.hawaii.edu/leonj/leonj/leonpsy/instructor/ethnos/estoc.html  

58.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Gordon, Barbara Y. Transactional engineering for the language teacher: The third force in language teaching. Alberta Modern Language Journal, 15(2), Winter 1976-77, 11-43. Versions available here.

59.  Jakobovits, L.A. Workbook for the Study of Social Psychology. (Second Edition) Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii, 1977 and 1978. (University of Hawaii Library). Portions available here.

60.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Gordon, Barbara Y. The social psychology of language teaching. In I. Koike et.al. (Eds.), The Teaching of English in Japan. Tokyo: Eichosha, 1978.

61.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane. Society's Witnesses: Experiencing Formative Issues in Social Psychology. Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii, 1978. (University of Hawaii Library)  Available here.

62.  James, Leon and Nahl, Diane (1978). The National Laboratories for Literacy - NLL.  Available here.

63.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Gordon, Barbara Y. Applied psycholinguistics in social psychology. In Zbornik Radova O Govoru I Jezicu (Commemorative Volume in honor of D. Kostic) Beograd, Yugoslavia: Institute of Experimental Phonetics, 1979.  Available here.

64.  Jakobovits, L.A. Social Psychology: Studying Community-Building Forces. Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii, 1979. (University of Hawaii Library) Parts available here.

65.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Gordon, Barbara Y. Language teaching versus the teaching of talk. International Journal of Psycholingusitics, 1979, 6 (16), 5-22.  Related article available here.

66.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Nahl, Diane. Applied psycholinguistics for the 1980's: Student-done discourse analysis and the videotape language lab. The Linguistic Reporter, April 1981, 11-13.  Available here.

67.  Jakobovits, L.A. A review of "Discourse Analysis in Second Language Learning." Applied Psycholinguistics, 1981, 2(2), 185-91.

68.  James, Leon. (1982)  Bible Study Charts for Correspondences and Discourse Analysis. Available here

69.  Jakobovits, L.A. Empiricism married to phenomenology: A review of Carol Kates' "Pragmatics and Semantics." Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 1982, 4(2), 205-10.  Available here.

70.  James, Leon and Nahl, Diane (1982) The Coming Swedenborgian Revolution in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Logos. Winter 1982. Available here

71.  James, Leon. (1982) The Dimensions of the Mind According to Emanuel Swedenborg. Available here.

72.  James, Leon. (1982)  Spiritual Psychobiology. Available here

73.  Jakobovits, L.A. Authentic language teaching through culture-simulation in the classroom. Bulletin of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, April 1982, 4 (1), 9-30.  Related article available here

74.  James, Leon. (1984) Data on the Private World of the Driver: Affective, Cognitive, and Sensorimotor. Available online here

75.  James, Leon. (1984) Spiritual Geography: The Horizontal and Vertical Communities of our Dual Citizenship. Available here

76.  Jakobovits, L.A. Review of "Attitudes Towards Language Variation: Social and Applied Contexts." Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 1985.

77.  Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Jakobovits, L.A. Managing the affective micro-information environment. Research Strategies, 1985, 3(1), 17-28.

78.  James, Leon. (1985)  Substantive Dualism -- The New Paradigm for Science. Swedenborg's Integration of Biological Theology and Rational Psychology . Available here

79.  James, Leon. (1985) Affective and Cognitive Resistance to Health Behaviors. Available here.

80.  Jakobovits, L.A. and Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane. Learning the library: Taxonomy of skills and errors. College and Research Libraries, May 1987, 48 (3), 203-214.   Related article available here.

81.  Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Leon James. Teaching the Analysis of Titles: Dependent and Independent Variables in Research Articles. Research Strategies, 1987, 5(4), 164-71.

82.  Jakobovits, Leon A. and Diane Nahl-Jakobovits. Course-Integrated Library Instruction Mentor Project. Report of the Educational Improvement Fund 1987- 88. Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support, University of Hawaii, 95-102.

83.  James, Leon. (1987) Traffic Violence: A Crisis in Community Mental Health. Innercom -- Newsletter of the Mental Health Association in Hawaii. Available online here.

84.  Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Leon James. Problem Solving and Creative Librarianship. College and Research Libraries, 1988, 49(5), 400-408.

85.  James, Leon. (1987)  Religious Psychology or Theistic Science: A Guide to Spiritual Self-examination. Available here

86.  James, Leon. (1987)  Religious Behaviorism: Swedenborg's Theory of Trisubstantivism as a Basis for the Science of Human Behavior. Available here.

87.  Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Leon James. Learning Principles and the Library Environment. Research Strategies, 1990, 8(2), 74-81.

88.  Jakobovits, Leon A. and Diane Nahl-Jakobovits. Measuring Information Searching Competence. College and Research Libraries, 1990, 51 (5), 448-462.

89.  Jakobovits, Leon A. Course-Integrated Electronic Socializing on PLATO. UHCC Newsletter, 1991, 28(2), 12-14. Available here.

90.  Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Leon James. A Content-Analysis Method For Developing User-Based Objectives. Research Strategies, 1992, 10(1), 4-16.

91.  Jakobovits, Leon. Swedenborg's Religious Psychology: The Marriage of Good and Truth as Mental Health. Studia Swedenborgiana, 1993, 8(3), 13-42.  Available here.

92.  James, Leon. (1993)  Swedenborg Glossary of Theistic Science. Available here

93.  Diane Nahl and Leon James. Bibliographic Instructional Design for Information Literacy: Integrating Affective and Cognitive Objectives. Research Strategies, 1993, 11(2), 73-88.

94.  James, Leon. (1994) Two Perspectives on Swedenborg's Writings: Secular and Religious (Part I). New Church Life , August 1994, 114(8), 348-362.   Available here.

95.  James, Leon. Two Perspectives on Swedenborg's Writings: Secular and Religious (Part II). New Church Life , September 1994, 114(9), 394-399.   Available here

96.  James, Leon. (1994) The Social Psychology of Driving. Available online here.

97.  James, Leon. (1995) Principles of Driving Psychology.  Available online here

98.  Nahl, Diane and James, Leon. 1995. Achieving Focus, Engagement, and Acceptance: Three Phases of Adapting to Internet Use. Electronic Journal of Virtual Culture, 4(1) (February).  Available here

99.  James, Leon. Do the Writings of Swedenborg Contain Scientific Revelation? New Church Life , July 1995, 115(7), 325-330.

100.  James, Leon. Dualist Science and the Writings of Swedenborg New Church Life , June 1995, 115(6), 264-270.

101.  James, Leon and Bogan, Kevin. Analyzing Linkage Structure in a Course-Integrated Virtual Learning Community on the World Wide Web. INET '95 Conference Proceedings, June 1995, Honolulu.  Available here

102.  James, Leon. Course Integrated Use of the World Wide Web. InfoBITS--University of Hawaii Information Technology Services, Mar-May, 1995, 2(2), 8-9.  Available here

103.  James, Leon. The Fourteen Scientific Fallacies in AC5084: Implications for Science Education. New Philosophy, July-December, 1996, XCIX(3 & 4), 439-450.  Available here

104.  James, Leon. Review of "Second Language Practice: Classroom Strategies for Developing Communicative Competence" Ed. by Georges Duquette. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 1996, 18(4).

105.  James, Leon. (1996) Traffic Psychology Research at the University of Hawaii.  Available online here.

106.  James, Leon. (1997) Driving Psychology Tests. Available online here.

107.  James, Leon. .(1997) Congressional Testimony on Aggressive Drivers. Available online here.

108.  James, Leon and Nahl, Diane. (1998) Driving with Emotional Intelligence.  Summary and information available here.

109.  James, Leon and Diane Nahl. (1998)  Heaven on Wheels: The Christian Response to Traffic Rage.  Table of Contents and selections available here.

110.  James, Leon, Diane Nahl, and Arnold NerenbergRoadRageous Video Course, 1999.

111.  James, Leon. (1998) DrDriving's Story and the Psychology of Road Rage and Aggressive Driving.  Available online here.

112.  James, Leon. (1998) World Road Rage Survey: Aggressive Driving in Relation to Gender, Age, and Type of Car.  Available online here

113.  James, Leon. (1998) Youth Against Road Rage (YARR) Vision statement:  Lifelong Driver's Ed:  A New Socio-Political Reality.  Available online here.

114.  James, Leon and Diane Nahl. (1999) DrDriving's Bibliography of Driving Behavior and Drivers. Available online here.

115.  James, Leon and Diane Nahl. (1999) Socio-Cultural Methods of Managing Driving Behavior in Society. Available online here.

116.  James, Leon and Diane Nahl (1999)   Driver Personality Survey and the New Paradigm in Driver Education.  Available online here.

117.  James, Leon (1999) DrDriving's National Database of Law Enforcement and Legislative Initiatives. Available online here.

118.  James, Leon (1999) DrDriving's Trucking Safety Page. Available online here.

119.  James, Leon and Diane Nahl. (1999) DrDriving's CARRworkbook. Children Against Road Rage Prevention. Available online here.

120.  James, Leon and Diane Nahl. (2000). Aggressive Driving is Emotionally Impaired Driving. Global Conference on Aggressive Driving. Ontario Ministry of Transportation, Road User Safety Branch with Drivers.com, Online Conference on Aggressive Driving. October 16-23. Available here.

121.  James, Leon  (2000)  Theistic Science: An Introduction and Overview. Available here

122.  James, Leon  (2000)  A Review of Conversations of the Mind:  The Uses of Journal Writing for Second-Language Learners.  Rebecca Williams Mylnarczyk. Mahwah, N.J., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1998. Pp.xvi + 215.  Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 22:589-590.  Available here

123.  James, Leon (2001) Doctrine of the Wife for Husbands: A Spiritual Practice for Achieving Unity. Voice: A Newsletter for Caritas. October issue, Volume 2, 7-8. Related article available here

124.  James, Leon and Nahl, Diane. (2001)  Road Rage and Aggressive Driving: Steering Clear of Highway Warfare. New York: Prometheus Publishers, 2001. Table of Contents and extracts available here

125.  James, Leon. (2001). Overcoming Objections to Swedenborg's Writings Through the Development of Scientific Dualism. New Philosophyv.CIV n.3 & 4 pp. 153-217. Available here.   Copy available here

126.  James, Leon (2001). Hindu and Buddhist Non-Duality: Conflict in the New Church Mind? ISI News Newsletter of Information Swedenborg, Issue 55, August 2001, 4-7. Available here

127.  James, Leon. (2001). The Doctrine of the Wife for Husbands (version 1). Available here

128.  James, Leon. (2002)  The Doctrine of the Wife (Version 2). Available here.

129.  James, Leon (2002). A Man of the Field: Forming The New Church Mind in Today’s World. (Volume 1: Reformation: The Struggle Against Nonduality; Volume 2: Enlightenment : The Spiritual Sense of the Writings;  Volume 3: Regeneration: Spiritual Disciplines For Daily Life; Volume 4: Uses: The New Church Mind In Old Age (in preparation)  Available here

130.  James, Leon (2002).  Spiritual Psychology: Groundwork for our Science. Available here

131.  James, Leon (2002). The Substitution Technique: A Method for Extracting What the Writings Say About Themselves as the Word. De Hemelse Leer, Vol. XIV No. 2 (April 2002), 103-109.

132.  James, Leon (2002). Dealing With Stress And Pressure In The Vehicle. Taxonomy of Driving Behavior: Affective, Cognitive, Sensorimotor. Chapter In J. Peter Rothe, Editor. Driving Lessons - Exploring Systems That Make Traffic Safer. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, Canada. Available here.

133.  James, Leon (2002) The Genes of Consciousness.  Available here.

134.  James, Leon (2002). Out Of Egypt Have I Called My Son: Teaching the Scientifics of the Internal Sense of the Writings. 1. By the Substitution Technique. 2. By Diagramming. Available here.

135.  James, Leon. (2002) The Perizonius Thesis: How Regeneration of the New Church Mind Affects the Grand Human in Swedenborg's System. Available here.

136.  James, Leon. (2002)  Can There Be a Scientific Proof that the Threefold Word is Divine? Available here.

137.  James, Leon. (2002)  New Church Education With Dualist Concepts. Available here.

138.  James, Leon. (2002)  Spiritual Psychology Based on the Writings of Swedenborg. Available here.

139.  James, Leon. (2002)  Spiritual Psychology: The Mental Technology of Self-Witnessing. Available here.

140.  James, Leon. (2003) Bryn Athyn: The City of Levites in the New Canaan. Available here.

141.  James, Leon. (2003)  Diagnostic Test of Rational Spirituality. Available here.

142.  James, Leon. (2003) Moses, Paul, and Swedenborg: Three Steps in Rational Spirituality  Available here.

143.  James, Leon. (2003) Anti-Semitism and Holocaust Theology. New Church Issues Database. Available here.

144.  James, Leon and Nahl, Diane (2004). A New Paradigm for a Global Lifelong Driver Education Curriculum.  Paper for presentation at the International Association for Driver Education (IVV), Road Safety Conference SAFEX 2004, 13-15 May in Rovinj, Croatia  Published in Driving Magazine, 2007, pp. 16-19. Available here.

145.  James, Leon. (2004). Swedenborg’s argument of why miracles are not allowed today. ISI News, Issue 64, July 2004. Toronto: Information Swedenborg.

146.  James, Leon. (2004). Principles of Theistic Psychology: The Scientific Knowledge of God Extracted from the Correspondential Sense of Sacred Scripture. (Ongoing project of 18 Volumes). Available here.

147.  James, Leon (2005). The Doctrine of the Wife. Chapter in Roslyn Taylor (editor), Healing Words: A Sampler of Wholeness Theology. Xlibris Corporation (ISBN: 1-4134-7976-6). Pp. 161-192.

148.  James, Leon. (2006) Driving Psychology Lecture Notes. Available here.

149.  James, Leon. (2006). Theistic Psychology: Teaching the Scientifics of the Interiors of the Third Testament. De Hemelse Leer, July/October issue, 140-154. Available here:

150.  James, Leon and Nahl, Diane. (2006). Two Concept Papers for Traffic Safety Improvement (1) Instituting a Program of Lifelong Traffic Safety Training and (2) Promoting the Spread of Quality Driving Circles (QDC) for Post-Licensing Driver Self-improvement Programs (2006). Available here.

151.  James, Leon (2007Introduction to Theistic Psychology. Available here.

152.  James, Leon. (2007) Together in Eternity: The Unity Model of Marriage -- Every Day I'm Yours More and More. (Lecture Notes Version 15a). Lecture Notes. Available here.

153.  James, Leon. (2007). A Reply to the Editor's Commentary on Teaching the Scientifics of the Interiors of the Third Testament. De Hemelse Leer, January issue, 64-66. Available here.

154.  James, Leon. (2007). Swedenborg Encyclopedia of Theistic Psychology The Ideas of Emanuel Swedenborg (1668-1772) Expressed In Modern Scientific Psychology. Available here.

155.  James, Leon. (2007). Public Lectures, Articles, and Essays on Driving and Psychology. Available here.

156.  James, Leon. (2007). Songs About Driving Cars on Roads and Highways -- America's Passion for Cars and The American Philosophy of Cars -- Expressed in Songs About Driving Cars on Roads and Highways -- Spiritually Understood. Available here.

157.  James, Leon. (2007). Psychology and Pets. Available here.

158.  James, Leon. (2007). Music and Driving. Available here.

159.  James, Leon (1996-2009). Articles on Driving Psychology, Road Rage, and Related Issues. Available here.

160.  James, Leon (2007). Lecture Notes on Mental Anatomy (3 volumes) Available here.

161.  James, Leon (2008). Introduction to Theistic Psychology. Tome I.  Mental Anatomy. Available here

162.  James, Leon (2008). Introduction to Theistic Psychology. Tome 2.  Mental Biology. Available here

163.  James, Leon (2008). Introduction to Theistic Psychology. Tome 3.  Correspondences. Available here

164.  James, Leon. (2008) Driving Psychology Lecture Notes. Available here.

165.  James, Leon. (2008) Together Forever: The Unity Model of Marriage Lecture Notes Version 16a. Available here.

166.  James, Leon and Nahl, Diane (2008). Instituting a Program of  Lifelong Traffic Safety Training. Paper prepared for the International Association for Driver Education World Conference, May 2008. Available here.

167.  James, Leon. (2008) Half a Century of Science in Psychology: Neologisms Coined by Leon James --1958-2008. Available here

168.  James, Leon. (2008). Recognizing Our Dual Existence. Information Swedenborg. Winter 2008 Issue. Pp. 1-5.  Available here.

169.  James, Leon. (2008). A Brief History of God and Humanity. Information Swedenborg. Winter 2008 Issue. Pp. 6-10.  Available here.

170.  James, Leon. (2008). Our Relationship to the Divine Psychologist. Available here.

171.  James, Leon. (2008). The Levels of Human Consciousness in Relation to God and Eternity -- Including an Analysis of the Natural and Spiritual Properties of Neologisms. Available here

172.  James, Leon (2008) The Spiritual Function of Neologisms. Available here.

173.  James, Leon (2009). The Correspondential Sense of Sacred Scriptures: Proving that there is a Unified Theistic Psychology Hidden within the World’s Historical Sacred Writings Available here.

174.  James, Leon (2009). Avatar Psychology and Mental Anatomy. Available here.

175.  James, Leon (2009). An Overview of Theistic Psychology Through the Sayings of Leon James, Emmanuel Swedenborg and Jesus of Nazareth. Available here.

176.  James, Leon (2009). Road Rage article entry for Citizendium. Available here.

177.  Leon James (2010). Lecture Notes for Studying Theistic Psychology. Part 1. Mental Anatomy. Electronic online book (128 pages). Published on the Web. 

178.  James, Leon (2010). Semantic Satiation article entry for Wikipedia. This article has been cited by hundreds of Web sites and popular answering services.

179.  James, Leon (2010). A Man of the Field. Volume 1: The Struggle Against Nonduality and Materialism. Basis of Religion Series. Eagle Pearl Press. (Paper Back (444 pages), and electronic Kindle versions)

180.  James, Leon (2011). A Man of the Field. Volume 2: Enlightenment, Extracting the Spiritual Sense of the Writings. Basis of Religion Series. Eagle Pearl Press. (Paper Back (442 pages) and electronic Kindle versions)

181.  Leon James (2012). The Conjoined Pair: How to Become Soulmates and Best Friends in this Life and in the Afterlife. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.  [Paperback] (226 pages) (ISBN-13: 978-1480107823)

182.  Nahl, Diane and Leon James (2012). Technology Integration and Gamification in University Courses. In: Proceedings of the Fourth International Research conference on Virtual Worlds. November 15-17. Edited by Leonel Morgado, et.al. Pp.41-48.  Available here.

183.  James, Leon (2012). The Psychology of Sidewalk Rage. Article published on DrDriving.org, reviewed by the Wall Street Journal, and cited by dozens of news stories and hundreds of Web sites.

184.  James, Leon (2012) Social Psychology of the Generational Community Classroom. Available here.

185.  Nahl, Diane and Leon James (2012). Technology integration and gamification in university courses. In: Proceedings of the Fourth International Research conference on Virtual Worlds. November 15-17. Edited by Leonel Morgado, et.al. Pp.41-48. Available here.

186.  Nahl, Diane and Leon James (2013). Gamification in instruction and the management of intersubjectivity in online university courses. International Journal of Web Portals 5(2) (April-June): 51-65. Available here.

187.  Leon James (2013). Emerging Technologies and the Gamification of Instruction: Teaching Online Courses for Psychology Majors. (450 pages). Available here.

188.  James, Leon (2014). The collaborative construction of intersubjectivity mediated by technology: A social-biological model of online communication. Symbiosis: SOJ Psychology 1(3): 1-7.  Available here.

189.  James, Leon (2014). The threefold self and the four options: Self-monitoring one’s daily emotional spin cycle. Journal of Psychology and Clinical Psychiatry. 1(1), 1-14. Available here.

190.  James, Leon (2014). What Causes Driving Stress and the Emotional Use of the Gas Pedal? In: Road Rage. Independence, KY: Cengage Learning Publishers.

191.  James, Leon and Nahl, D. (2014). User discourse analysis in an avatar-mediated environment. Global Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (GJISS), Vol. 3(3), May-June, 69-76. Available here.

192.  James, Leon and Nahl, D. (2014). A metatheory integrating social, biological and technological factors in information behavior research. Webology: The World Wide Web Library and Information Science. 11(1), June 2014, Article 116, 1-23. Available here.

193.  James, Leon. (2014). Drivers against pedestrians: How to assess and change attitudes. International Journal of Scientific Research (IJSR), 3:8, 399-401 (August). Available here.

194.  James, Leon (2014). A Man of the Field Volume 3. Spiritual Regeneration Disciplines for Daily Life. Pleasanton: Eagle Pearl Press. (Paperback 451 pages, and electronic Kindle versions) (ASIN: B00NHWUGX4)

195.  James, Leon. (2014). Air Rage: Gamification techniques for managing passenger behavior. American International Journal of Contemporary Research (AIJCR), 4(10), 1-7. Available here.

196.James, Leon and Nahl, D. (2014). User discourse analysis in an avatar-mediated environment. Global Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (GJISS), 3(3), May-June, 69-76. Available here.

197.James, Leon (2014). Measuring the psychological characteristics of titles of journal articles and their subject headings. DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, 34(6), 9-17.

198.  James, Leon. (2014). Automatization of driving behavior. Included in a Digital High School textbook in Finland that forms part of the National Core Curriculum on Open Road.

199.  James, Leon. (2015). Managing walking rage: Self-assessment and self-change techniques. Journal of Psychology and Clinical Psychiatry. 2(2):00057, 1-7. DOI:10.15406/jpcpy.2015.02.00057 Available here.

200.James, Leon. (2015). Air rage: bad behavior at 30,000 feet. The Conversation: Academic Rigor, Journalistic Flair. Available here.

201.James, Leon and Nahl, D. (2015). A discourse analysis technique for charting the flow of interactions in online activity. Webology: The World Wide Web Library and Information Science, 11(2), 1-36. December 2014-January 2015. Available here.

202.  James, Leon. (2015). Learned affective norms: Affective and cognitive factors In Web search behavior relating to optimism, self-efficacy, locus of control, affectivity, loyalty. Paripex - Indian Journal of Research (PIJR), 4(2) February 2015, 197-210. Available here.

203.  James, Leon (2015). Analyzing client statements to identify affective and cognitive resistance to new health information. Journal of Psychology & Clinical Psychiatry.  2(2), 1- 6.  (DOI: 10.15406/jpcpy.2015.02.00067)

204.  James, Leon. (2015). Born Into Mental Eternity. The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society. (in press)

205.  James, Leon. (2015). Tips for parents of teen drivers. Wallet Hub Social Network. June 2015.

 



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Theistic Psychology Series
and
Other Online Books by Leon James

Avatar Psychology and Mental Anatomy (2009)

The Correspondential Sense of Sacred Scriptures: Proving that there is a Unified Theistic Psychology Hidden within the World’s Historical Sacred Writings (2009)

Organic Mind: Discovering the Mental World of Eternity (2008)

The Spiritual Function of Neologisms (2008)

Lecture Notes on Mental Anatomy (3 volumes) (2007)

Principles of Theistic Psychology (18 volumes) (2004-2007)

A Man of the Field: Forming the New Church Mind (3 volumes) (2002)

The Unity Model of Marriage (2001-2007)

Moses, Paul, and Swedenborg (1999)

Swedenborg Encyclopedia of Theistic Psychology (1996-2007)

De Hemelsche Leer Commentary (1996)

The Doctrine of the Wife (1985)

See also:

Scientific Neologisms Coined by Leon James in Psychology For the Period 1958-2008

Collection of Driving Psychology Articles (2000)

Road Rage and Aggressive Driving (2000)

Songs About Driving Cars on Roads and Highways Spiritually Understood (2007)

 

See also:

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