The Development of the Transpersonal Model and Evidence from Psychedelic Drug Research
Master of Arts (MA)
Committee or Advisor Chair
Frank R. Blume, Ph.D.
Glenn Whitlock, Ph.D.
Marion Hoppin, Ph.D.
psychology, transpersonal model, psychedelic drug, drug research, transpersonal psychology, clinical depth psychology
Clinical Psychology | Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences | Psychology | Transpersonal Psychology
This thesis is concerned in part with the contemporary change in paradigmatic orientations within the field of clinical depth psychology. Freud essentially defined western man's psychological self-conception in the early part of this century along the lines of causality, materialism, and rationalism. Jung was among the first to recognize man in a more humanistic-transpersonal orientation and was the one who most closely worked with Freud's basic insights seeking to extend and broaden them to account for new understandings.
Cosla, Edward, "The Development of the Transpersonal Model and Evidence from Psychedelic Drug Research" (1980). Johnston Master Theses (20th Century). 21.