Kime, Katharine Givens

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2018

Kime, Katharine Givens (2018). Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of the Spiritual Characteristics of Recovery Experiences in the Context of the Brain Disease Model of Addiction (In Press). Pastoral psychology Springer

2017

Kime, Katharine Givens (2017). A Review of Gut Feminism. In: Ramesh, Sunidhi (ed.) The Neuroethics Blog Reader (pp. 19-21). Atlanta, Georgia, USA: Emory University

Kime, Katharine Givens (11 April 2017). VR and PTSD: Healing from trauma by confronting fears in virtual reality environments. In: The Neuroethics Blog of the American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience.

Kime, Katharine Givens (2017). Higher Power, Brain Power: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of Spiritual and Religious Characteristics of 12-Step Recovery Models in the Context of the Brain Disease Model of Addiction. (Dissertation, Emory University, Graduate Division of Religion Person, Community, and Religious Life)

Kime, Katharine Givens (28 March 2017). Why Addiction Narratives Matter. In: The Neuroethics Blog of the American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience.

2015

Kime, Katharine Givens (30 June 2015). New neuro models for the interdisciplinary pursuit of understanding addiction. In: The Neuroethics Blog. Emory University Center for Ethics, Neuroethics Program

Kime, Katharine Givens (2015). Freud and Augustine in Dialogue: Psychoanalysis, Mysticism, and the Culture of Modern Spirituality. Pastoral psychology, 64(3), pp. 413-415. Springer 10.1007/s11089-014-0637-x

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