Both Bull and Self Transcended, by Tomikichiro Tokuriki
Life is full of unsatisfactoriness caused by aversion and desire (two sides of the same coin). There's a way to get past this cause. You may not be able to change the world, but you can change your mind. Since you're a part of it all, everything being linked in a web of interdependent origination... And so on.
Becoming Whole: Applied Psychoses
Analytical Psychology and Zen Buddhism
Zen and the Art of Imitating the Ineffable
by John E. McCloud
Dark Buddha: Moral Responsibility in Apocalypse Now
When it comes to the extremes of war it can be difficult to distinguish between what is genuinely insane vs. exteme failure of moral responsibility.
from Dr. C. George Boeree's online Personality Theories textbook
Buddhist Meditation and Personal Construct Psychology
A comparison of Buddhist psychology and George Kelly's personal construct psychology, by Phouttasone (Pilou) Thirakoul.
Buddhist Meditation and Depth Psychology
by Douglas M. Burns
Still Crazy after all these Years:
Why Meditation isnít Psychotherapy
A cautionary paper by Patrick Kearney.
Meditation and Consciousness: A Dialogue Between a Meditation Teacher and a Psychologist
An Interview with Shinzen Young by Charles T. Tart, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Noetic Sciences