Mosby's Complementary Alternative Medicine: A Research-Based Approach

By Lyn W. Freeman; G. Frank Lawlis | Go to book overview

Contributors

We gratefully acknowledge the following individuals for the interviews they provided for this text:

Jeanne Achterberg, PhD Dana Lawrence, DC, FICC
Saybrook Institute National College of Chiropractic
San Francisco, California Lombard, Illinois
Robert Ader, PhD Penelope Montgomery, PhD
University of Rochester Medical Center Health and Rehabilitation Psychology
New York, New York Kansas City, Missouri
Steven Blair, PhD Candace Pert, PhD
Cooper Institute of Aerobics Research Georgetown University Medical Center
Dallas, Texas Georgetown, Washington, DC
Larry Dossey, MD Janet Quinn, PhD
Journal of Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine University of Colorado School of Nursing Denver, Colorado
Aliso Viejo, California
David Reilly, MD
Helen Erickson, PhD Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital
University of Texas Glasgow, Scotland
Austin, Texas
Beverly Rubik, PhD
Tiffany Field, PhD Institute for Frontier Science
University of Miami School of Medicine Oakland, California
Miami, Florida
Robert H. Schneider, MD
Skya Gardner-Abbate, DOM, DiplAc College of Maharishi Medicine, Maharishi University
Southwest Acupuncture College
Santa Fe, New Mexico Fairfield, Iowa
Arthur Hastings, PhD Sandra Sylvester, PhD
Institute for Transpersonal Psychology Gestalt Institute of Cleveland
Palo Alto, California Cleveland, Ohio
Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, PhD Andrew Weil, MD
Ohio State College of Medicine University of Arizona, Program in Integrative Medicine
Columbus, Ohio
Tucson, Arizona
G. Frank Lawlis, PhD
Santa Fe Institute of Medicine and Prayer
Santa Fe, New Mexico

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