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Kenny V. & DelMonte M. M. (1986) Meditation as viewed through personal construct theory. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 16(1): 4–22. Fulltext at
The various phenomena associated with concentrative and mindfulness meditation are conceptualized in terms of Kelly’s personal construct theory. Reports of “unstressing,” “no-thought,” “deautomatization,” and so forth are examined and described from a constructivist viewpoint. It is argued here that personal construct theory is a powerful descriptive model for making sense of meditative experiences.

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