Professor, Ph.D. (Brandeis)
Hunt, H. (2012) Toward an existential and transpersonal understanding of Christianity: Commonalities between phenomenologies of consciousness, psychologies of mysticism, and early gospel accounts, and their significance for the nature of religion. Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 33, 1, 1-26.
Hunt,H, (2012) A collective unconscious reconsidered: Jung’s archetypal imagination in the light of contemporary psychology and social science. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 57, 76-98.
Hunt, H. (2011) Synesthesias, synesthetic imagination, and metaphor in the context of individual cognitive development and societal collective consciousness. Intellectica, 2011, 55, 1, 95-138.
Hunt, H. (2009) Consciousness and society: Societal aspects and implications of transpersonal psychology.International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 28, 112-122.
Hunt, H. A cognitive-developmental theory of human consciousness: Incommensurable cognitive domains of purpose and cause as a conjoined ontology of inherent human unbalance. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2009, 16, 9, 27-54.
Hunt, H. Dark nights of the soul: Phenomenology and neurocognition of spiritual suffering in mysticism and psychosis. Review of General Psychology, 2007, 11 (3), 209-234.
Hunt, H. (2006) The truth value of mystical experience. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 12, 12, 26-45.
Hunt, H. Why psychology is/is not traditional science: The self-referential bases of psychological research and theory. Review of General Psychology, 2005, 9 (4), 358-374.
Hunt, H. Synesthesia, metaphor, and consciousness: A cognitive-developmental perspective. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2005, 12 (12), 26-45.
Hunt, H. Lives in Spirit: Precursors and Dilemmas of a Western Secular Mysticism. SUNY Press, 2003.
Hunt, H. (2000) Experiences of radical personal transformation in mysticism, religious conversion, and psychosis. Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 21, 353-397.
Hunt, H. (1999). Transpersonal and cognitive psychologies of consciousness: A necessary and reciprocal dialogue. In S. Hameroff, ed. Tucson III: Toward a Science of Consciousness. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
Hunt, H. (1998). “Triumph of the will”: Heidegger’s Nazism as spiritual pathology. Journal of Mind and Behaviour, 19, 379-414.
Hunt, H. (1995). On the nature of consciousness: Cognitive, phenomenological, and transpersonal perspectives. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Hunt, H. (1989). The Multiplicity of Dreams: Memory, imagination, and consciousness. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.