This bibliography contains books, articles, recordings and theses about intuition. Some entries may seem obscure since we approach intuition from the broadest possible point of view. But in one way or another, we believe each deals with some dimension of The Intuitive Self.

If you do not find your favorite references, we invite you to add them to the Bibliography. Working together, we can increase the number of items available to help others learn about their intuition. Thank you for taking time to submit your favorites to the Bibliography database.

Using the Bibliography

The references have been obtained from a variety of disciplines and arranged in the Library of Congress Classification sequence. You can access the bibliography in the Search or Browse mode. Both options are initiated from this page following the suggestions below.

Search the Bibliography

Exact Match

In the Search mode, you look for entries by author name, title and annotation text. There are four ways that you can use this routine:

  1. Enter a single word, and the search will return all entries that contain that word anywhere in the bibliographic information or the brief abstract describing the entry.
  2. Enter two or more words, and you will receive a list of entries that contain ALL the words in your expression without regard to order. This is equivalent to a simple AND Boolean search.
  3. Enter two or more words enclosed in double quotes ("), and you will receive a list of entries that contain the words in the exact order specified in the search phrase.
  4. Click Exact Match to search terms as whole words. For instance, searching on Goldberg returns Goldberg and Goldberger while an Exact Match only returns Goldberg.

This routine does not permit Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT, and parentheses) in the search string. Whichever approach you use, the search list contains a short title for each entry returned.

Browse the Bibliography

The Browse mode allows you to review entries as if you were walking along the shelves in the library looking at references arranged in the Library of Congress classification order. Start with the index list below to select where in the sequence you want to begin. After browsing the items on that shelf, you may return to this index to begin at another point or you may continue on to the next shelf. You will also have the option of searching the entire bibliography from any point.




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