Above: A Pet Scan of James H. Austin's brain, in meditation. This is the corrected Pet scan that should accompany This is Your Brain on Zen, #8 in the list on the right side of this page. This corrected Pet scan, in the next issue of Tricycle is joined by a commentary. This is the first Pet imaging evidence of the dropping out of medial pre-frontal activity during a corresponding interval of no-thought silence.
7. The Semantics of Samadhi, Tricycle Magazine, Summer 1998 (Excerpted from Zen and the Brain, MIT Press.
8. Your Brain on Zen. Michael Haederle's article, This is Your Brain on Zen, abstracted from Selfless Insight, 2009, Tricycle Magazine, Vol 19, No.1, Fall 2009. pages 58-61, and 113-114.
9. Meditating Selflessly at the Dawn of a New Millennium. Contemporary Buddhism, An Interdisciplinary Journal Vol. 13, no. 1. (2012): 61-82.
10. Zen and the Brain: Mutually Illuminating Topics. Frontiers in Psychology Vol 4, 1-9, 24 October 2013.
11. Old Joshu Lives On. Contemporary Buddhism 2017, Vol 18 #1, pp 72-88.Taylor and Francis. Online. Click here to DOWNLOAD and the article will show up at the lower left of your computer screen and be stored in your downloads folder. (reference: