Hogan, M. J. (2009). The Culture of Our Thinking in Relation to Spirituality. Nova Science Publishers, New York.
Synopsis: The Culture of our Thinking in Relation to Spirituality examines the problems faced by scientists as they attempt to understand spirituality. The book considers the way different worldviews and different philosophical perspectives can influence the models of spirituality we build. The book has received positive reviews from Ellen Langer (Harvard University), Alex Zautra (Arizona State University), Peter Coleman (Southampton University), and Brick Johnstone (Missouri University).
‘Students of psychology will find much to learn about spirituality in Michael Hogan’s little gem. This is challenging terrain but there are many new things to be discovered along the way, and Michael Hogan clearly enjoys the challenge and the process of discovery.’
Professor Ellen Langer, Harvard University
‘A highly original, well-informed and absorbing exploration of the meaning of spirituality in the contemporary world, and in particular of its potential role in education. It opens many new perspectives for studying a valued and central part of human consciousness.’
Professor Peter Coleman, University of Southampton.
‘Michael Hogan is the hopeful Kierkegaard, providing a carefully reasoned existential philosophy of spirituality that even the most skeptical social scientist can embrace.’
Professor Alex Zautra, Arizona State University.
Hogan, M., Ojo, A., Harney, O., Ruijer, E., Meijer, A., Andriessen, J., Pardijs, M., Boscolo, P., Palmisano, E., Satta, M., Groff, J., Baker, M., Détienne, F., Porwol, L., Scarano, V., & Malandrino, D. (2017). Governance, Transparency and the Collaborative Design of Open Data Collaboration Platforms: understanding barriers, options, and needs. In A. K. Ojo, & J. Millard (Eds.), Government 3.0: Next Generation Government Technology Infrastructure and Services. Springer.
Gombrich, C. & Hogan, M.J. (2017). Interdisciplinarity and the Student Voice, in the Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity, 2nd edition, Eds Frodeman, Thompson Klein, Pacheco
Hogan, M. J., Harney O., & Broome, B. (2015). Catalyzing Collaborative Learning and Collective Action for Positive Social Change through Systems Science Education. In: Wegerif, R., Kaufman, J. Li L (eds). The Routledge Handbook of Research on Teaching Thinking. London: Routledge.
Hogan, M. J., Harney O., & Broome, B. (2014). Integrating Argument Mapping with Systems Thinking Tools – Advancing Applied Systems Science In: Okada, A., Buckingham Shum, S. & Sherborne, T (eds). Knowledge Cartography: Software Tools and Mapping Techniques. London: Springer.
Hogan, M. J., Dwyer, C., Harney, O., Noone, C. & Conway, R. (2014). Metacognitive Skill Development and Applied Systems Science: A Framework of Metacognitive Skills, Self-Regulatory Functions and Real-World Applications In: Peña-Ayala, A (eds). Metacognition: Fundaments, Applications, and Trends. International: Springer.
Hogan, M. J. (2013). Mindful health and the power of possibility In: Amanda Ie, Christelle T. Ngnoumen, and Ellen J. Langer (eds). The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness. Chichester, UK: Wiley Blackwell.
Hogan, M. J. (2011). The Role of the Cerebellum in Ageing Cognition In: Cerebellum: Anatomy, Functions and Disorders. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Dwyer, C., Hogan, M. J., Stewart, I. (2011). The Promotion of Critical Thinking Skills through Argument Mapping In: Critical Thinking. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Hogan, M. J., & Stein, Z. (2010). Structuring thought: An examination of four methods In: The Psychology Of Thinking. New York: Nova Science Publishers.