Developmental Differences in the Understanding of Integral Theory and Practice

Preliminary Results from the iTEACH Project

1 hour 30 mins
By Zachary Stein and Katie Heikkinen

Drawing on preliminary data from the iTEACH research study, we model the development of integral thinking, showing how key integral concepts manifest at different developmental levels.

Integral Research and Methodology

Panel Discussion

2 hours 10 mins
By Nick Hedlund (moderator)

Join leading integral scholar-practitioners for a wide-ranging and compelling inquiry into the emerging field of integral research and methodology.

Integral Life Practice Inquiry

An Integral Research Approach to Personal Development

Published: January 1, 2008
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By Cindy Lou Golin

This article describes Integral Life Practice Inquiry, an integral methodology that combines the Developmental Action Inquiry of Bill Torbert with Integral Life Practice as developed by Ken Wilber.

Integrally Researching the Integral Researcher

A First-Person Exploration of Psychosophy’s Holding Loving Space Practice

Published: January 1, 2008
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By Nicholas H. Hedlund

Drawing on Integral Theory as a framework for mixed methods research, this article explores a meditation practice known as Holding Loving Space.

Case Studies in Integral Approaches in International Development

An Integral Research Project

Published: June 1, 2008
By Gail Hochachka

This article looks at innovative practice in the field of international development, by way of sharing findings from an integral research project designed and implemented by the Canadian NGO Drishti-Centre for Integral Action with six organizations working in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

Coding Gender

Using IMP to Construct a Content Analysis of Gender Definitions in Scientific Research

Published: June 1, 2008
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By Jeff Cohen

Through the application of the Integral model and Integral Methodological Pluralism, this article develops a broader and deeper conceptual and operational model for the study of gender than those that have been typically applied.