Freud and the Buddha: the couch and the cushion. A. Hoffer, ed. Karnac (2015).
Chapter 4: Buddhist Psychology: A Work in Process.
Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness. E. Langer, ed. Wiley-Blackwell (2014).
Chapter 4: From Early Buddhist Traditions to Western Psychological Science.
Mindfulness: diverse perspective on its meanings, origins and applications. M. Williams, J. Kabat-Zinn, eds. Routledge (2013).
Chapter 4: The Construction of Mindfulness.
Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy: deepening mindfulness in clinical practice. C.K. Germer & R.D. Siegel, eds. Guilford (2011).
Chapter 9: Wisdom in Buddhist Psychology.
Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness. F. Didonna, ed. Springer (2008).
Chapter 1: Mindfulness: what is it? where did it come from? (with C.K. Germer & R.D. Siegel).
Chapter 2: Mindfulness and Meditation.
Buddhist Thought and Applied Psychological Research: transcending the boundaries. D.K. Nauriyal, ed. Routledge Curzon (2006).
Chapter 12: The Transformative Impact of Non-Self.
Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. C.K. Germer, R.D. Siegel & P. Fulton, eds. Guilford (2005/3013).
Chapter 14: The Roots of Mindfulness.
Appendix: Glossary of Terms in Buddhist Psychology.
Encountering Buddhism: western psychology and Buddhist teachings. S. Segall, ed. SUNY Press (2003).
Chapter 1: Buddhist Psychology.
Engaged Buddhism in the West. C. Queen, ed. Wisdom (2000).
Chapter 11: Meditation, Healing and Stress Reduction.
Pali Buddhism. F. Hoffman & D. Mahinda, eds. Curzon (1996).
Chapter 2: A Proposed Model of Early Buddhist Liberation.
Buddhist Scholar, Teacher and Writer
Mindfulness. (Jan 2014) Moving Beyond Mindfulness: defining equanimity as an output measure in meditation and contemplative research. with: G. Desbordes, T. Gard, E. Hoge, B. Holzel, C. Kerr, S. Lazar, D. Vago.
Tricycle: The Buddhist Review. Thus Have I Heard (regular column--43 essays 2005-2017).
Numerous other articles for: Buddhadharma; Shambhala Sun; Inquiring Mind; Insight; Insight Journal, etc.