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Publications: Scientific papers, Articles and Essays by F. David Peat

Publications: Scientific papers, Articles and Essays

by F. David Peat

David Peat and L.H. Sutcliffe. ‘The Effect of Temperature on the Size of Small Molecules.’ Trans Faraday Soc (1962).

J.B. Kirwin, F.D. Peat, P.J. Proll and L.H. Sutcliffe. ‘A Kinetic and Spectroscopic Examination of Silver (II) in Perchlorate Media.’ Journal of Physical Chemistry, 67, 1617 (1963).

J.B. Kirwin, F.D. Peat, P.J. Proll and L.H. Sutcliffe. ‘The Reaction between Cobalt(III) and silver(I) Perchlorates in Perchloric Acid Media.’ Journal of Physical Chemistry 67, 2288 (1963).

T.B. Grimley and F.D. Peat. ‘Bopp’s Approximation to the energy of an N-electron system.’  Proc. Phys. Soc. 86, 249 (1965).

F.D. Peat and R.J.C. Brown. ‘A simple density matrix approach to electronic spectra.’ Can. J. Phys. 44, 1349, (1966).

F.D. Peat and R.J.C. Brown. ‘The Antisymmetrization of Geminal Wave Functions.’ International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 1, 465-474 (1967).

F.D. Peat. ‘The Energy of Diatomic Molecules.’ Can. J. Chem. 45, 847, (1967).

F.D. Peat. ‘The Antisymmetrization of Geminal Wave Functions II: The Q. Matrix.’ Queen’s Papers on Pure and Applied Mathematics No 11 315-334 (1968).

C.F. Bender, E. R.Davidson and F.D. Peat. ‘Applications of Geminal Methods to Molecular Calculations.’ Physical Review 174, 75-80 (1968).

D.C. Schrum and F.D. Peat. ‘Localized States of a One-Dimensional Crystal Model.’ Physica 39, 94-106 (1968).

F.D. Peat. ‘Atnisymmetrization of Geminal Wave Functions III. Calculations of the Density Matrix and Energy of a Three-Electron Atom.’ Physical Review, 173, 69-74 (1968).

F.D. Peat. ‘A model for electron scattering which includes correlation effects.’ J. Physics B 2, 1120 (1969).

F.D. Peat. ‘A Green’s Function Approach to Atomic Scattering.’ 6th International Conference on the Physics of Electronic Scattering.945-6, MIT Press, Cambridge MA, (1969).

F.D. Peat. ‘Note on the bounds and approximations to the ground state energy of N-fermion systems derived from density matrix theory.’ Canadian Journal of Physics 48, 147 (1970).

F.D. Peat. ‘Anisotropic Electron-Phonon Coupling.’ Physical Review B 3, 3149-3155 (1971).

F.D. Peat. ‘Permutation Symmetries of Wave Functions with Some Applications to Density-Matrix Theory.’ Physical Review A 4, 2206-2216 (1971).

F.D. Peat. ‘Black Holes and Temporal Ordering.’ Nature 239, 387 (1972).

F.D. Peat. ‘Suggested Calculations using Transition Density Matrix.’ Theor. Chim. Acta. 24, 11-15 (1972).

Goswami and F.D. Peat. ‘On Neutrino Theory of Light.’ Progress of Theoretical Physics 50, 321-326 (1973).

F.D. Peat. ‘Quantum Physics and General Relativity: The Search for a Deeper Theory’ in Contemporary Research in the Foundations and Philosophy of Quantum Theory, ed. C.A. Hooker. D. Reidel Pub Co. (1973).

F.D. Peat. ‘Suggested Applications of the Density Matrix.’ International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, Symposium No 8, 313-321 (1974).

F.D. Peat. ‘The Emergence of Structure and Organization from Physical Systems.’ International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, Quantum Biology Symposium No 1, 213-219 (1974).

F.D. Peat. ‘Density Matrices’ in Physical Chemistry Vol XI A, eds. Henderson et al pp. 429-486, Academic Press Inc., San Francisco (1975).

F.D. Peat. ‘Scattering Theory’ in Physical Chemistry Vol XI B, eds Henderson et al pp. 838-907, Academic Press Inc., San Francisco (1975).

F.D. Peat. ‘The Evolution of Structure and Order in Quantum Mechanical Systems.’ Collective Phenomena 2, 149-154 (1976).

Joyce J. Kaufmann, Walter S. Koski, F.D. Peat. ‘A systems and control theoretic approach to dynamic neurotransmitter balance: Normal, abnormal and “catastrophic.”’ International Journal of Quantum Chemistry Vol 11, issue 3 (1977).

F.D. Peat. ‘Collective Phenomena and Large Eigenvalues for the Density Matrix’ in Queen’s University Second Symposium on Density Matrix Theory, Queen’s Papers on Pure and Applied Mathematics, Queens University, Kingston (1981).

F.D. Peat ‘Computers and Science Education.’ Agenda (Ottawa) 5(1) 12-15 (1982).

F.D. Peat. ‘Brain Transplants and Drug Experiments: A Modest Proposal.’ Foresight Paper: Science Council of Canada (1983).

F.D. Peat. ‘Electronic Control, Human Perspectives and the Absurdity of Accidents.’ Foresight Paper: Science Council of Canada (1983).

F.D. Peat. ‘Education, Chemistry and the Brain.’ Foresight Paper: Science Council of Canada (1983).

F.D. Peat. ‘The Tip of the Iceberg: The Possible Harmful Effects of Very Low Concentrations of Certain Chemicals.’ Foresight Paper: Science Council of Canada (1983).

F.D. Peat. ‘Some Reflections on the Guidelines for Recombinant DNA Research.’ Foresight Paper: Science Council of Canada (1983).

F.D. Peat. ‘Fruits, Vegetables, Cereals and Genetic Engineers.’ Foresight Paper: Science Council of Canada. (1983).

F.D. Peat. ‘A Workshop on Artificial Intelligence.’ (Proceedings) Science Council of Canada (1983).

F.D. Peat. ‘Report on the Neurosciences.’ (Study Paper) Science Council of Canada (1985).

F.D. Peat. ‘Time, Structure and Objectivity in Quantum Theory.’ Foundations of Physics 18 1213 (1988).

Alan J. Ford and F.D. Peat. ‘The Role of Language in Science.’ Foundations of Physics 18, 1233-1242 (1988).

F.D. Peat. ‘Creativity and Chaos.’ Creativity Research Journal 1 131 (1988).

F.D. Peat. ‘Meaning and Structure in Biology and Physics: Some Outstanding Questions’ talk given at Temple University Conference on Basic Issues in the Overlap and Union of Quantum Theory, Biology and the Philosophy of Cognition, Bermuda, April 15-21, 1988.

F.D. Peat. ‘Divine Contenders: Wolfgang Pauli and the Symmetry of the World.’ Psychological Perspectives 19, 14-23 (1988).

F.D. Peat. ‘Counting the Cost’ in The Brundtland Challenge and the Cost of Inaction, eds. A. Davidson and M. Dence, pp 3-10, The Royal Society of Canada and The Institute for Research on Public Policy, Ottawa (1988).

F.D Peat. ‘Bell’s Theorem: Form and Information in the Quantum Theory’ in Bell’s Theorem, Quantum Theory and Conceptions of the Universe ed. M. Kafatos. Kulwer Academic Pubs, pp 191-193 (1989).

F.D. Peat. ‘I’ve Got a Map in my Head.’ Paper given at the Smithsonian Museum conference on Patterns in the Universe(1989).

F.D. Peat. ‘Gentle Action for a Harmonious World’ Edges: New Planetary Patterns (Toronto) 2 (3), 8-46 (1989).

F.D. Peat. ‘A Science of Harmony and Gentle Action’ based on Conference held at Temple University, May 4-6, 1989.

F.D. Peat. ‘Synchronicité: Le pont entre l’esprit et la matière,’ 3e Millénaire, no. 13, Automne 1989.

F.D. Peat. ‘Gentle Action: Surviving Chaos and Change’ (1989).

F.D. Peat. ‘Beyond Cezanne’s Mountain: Exploring the Activity of Meaning’ in The Search for Meaning: The New Spirit in Science and Philosophy ed P. Pylkkanen, Thorsons Publishing Group, Wellingborough England (1989).

F.D. Peat. ‘Subtle Connections: Non-Locality: Bell’s Theorem, Coherent States and the Form of the Wave Function.’ Unpublished (1990).

F.D. Peat. ‘Mathematics and the Language of Nature; in Mathematics and the Sciences ed. Ronald E. Mickens, World Scientific (1990).

F.D. Peat. ‘Non-Linear Dynamics (Chaos Theory) and its Implications for Policy Planning’ keynote address at The Royal Society of Canada, conference on The Cost of Inaction, Hull, Quebec, 15 January 1988. Expanded into a report for the Science Council of Canada, March 1990.

F.D. Peat. ‘Non-Locality in Nature and Cognition’ in Nature and Cognition, ed. M. Carvalho, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1991).

F.D. Peat. ‘Unfolding the Subtle: Matter and Consciousness,’ Proceedings of Conference on the Science of Consciousness, Temple University (1992).

F.D. Peat. ‘Gentle Action and Global Solutions,’ Study paper, Science Council of Canada (1991).

F.D. Peat. ‘Dialogues between Indigenous and Western Scientists.’ The Fetzer Institute, Kalamazoo, MI, April 29-May 3, 1992, and Banff, Alberta Dec 5-6, 1992.

F.D. Peat. ‘Unfolding the Subtle: Matter and Consciousness,’ Proceedings of Conference on the Science of Consciousness, Temple University (1992).

F.D. Peat. ‘Mind, Body and Energy’ in Le Corps Energetique de l’Homme, Editions Opera: Nantes (1992).

F.D. Peat. ‘Towards a Process Theory of Healing: Energy, Activity and Global Form.’ Occasional Paper: The Fetzer Institute (1992). Reprinted in Subtle Energies ISSEEM Vol 3 no 2 (1992).

F.D. Peat. ‘That Obscure Object of Desire’ Essay for the Hooykass and Stansfield exhibition catalogue The Eye of the Storm at the Botanical Garden, Amsterdam (1992).

F.D. Peat. ‘Nature Morte: Inscape, Perception and Thought, in Nature,’ Cognition and System, Vol 3. Ed. Marc E. Carvalho, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1992).

F.D. Peat. ‘Art and Dialogue,’ Preface to the Proceedings of the Consensus/Contestation Conference, Montreal, 1992.

F.D. Peat. ‘Containment and Growth’ Occasional Paper: The Fetzer Institute, 1992. Reprinted in Common Boundary, August 1993.

F.D. Peat. ‘New Science, New Vision.’ Occasional Paper: The Fetzer Institute, 1992.

F.D. Peat. ‘Les Mathématiques et le Langage de la Nature3e Millénaire, no 22, Hiver 1991.

F.D. Peat. ‘Synchronicity: The Speculum of Inscape and Landscape’ in C.G. Jung: Unus Mundus: Kosmos und Sympathie. Ed. Thomas Artz. (1992).

F.D. Peat. ‘The Achievements of David Bohm,’ Advances: Journal of Mind-Body Health, Spring, 1993, pp 80-85.

F.D. Peat. ‘Hommage à David Bohm, un pionnier du 3e millénaire.’ 3e Millénaire, no. 26, Hiver 1992.

F.D. Peat. ‘The Indigenous American-Western Circle.’ Occasional paper: Fetzer Institute (1993).

F.D. Peat. ‘Subtle Energy.’ Journal of Energetic and Informational Interactions, October, 1993.

F.D. Peat ‘Science as a Story’ in Sacred Stories: A Celebration of the Power of Stories to Transform and Heal, eds. Charles and Anne Simpkinson, Harper, San Francisco (1993).

F.D. Peat. (‘Cosmos and Inscape’) ‘Kosmos und Innenwelt’ from Am Fluss des Heralklit: Neue kosmologische Perspektiven: Insel Verlsag (1993).

F.D. Peat. ‘Escher, Maurits Cornelius (1898-1972)’ Notes from discussions at the National Gallery of Canada preceding the Escher exhibit, 1993-94.

F.D. Peat. ‘New Lamps for Old’ in Todd Watts: New Lamps for Old. Catalogue to accompany an exhibition of works by Todd Watts at the Grey Gallery, NY, New York University (1994).

F.D. Peat. ‘Chaos: The Geometrization of Thought’ in Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences, eds. R Robertson & A Combs, Lawrence Erlbaum Pubs, New Jersey (1995).

F.D. Peat. ‘Active Information, Meaning and Form.’ Occasional Paper: Fetzer Institute, (1995).

F.D. Peat. ‘Alchemical Transformation: Consciousness and Matter, Form and Information.’ Talk given at Club of Budapest conference Matter and Psyche, Padova, Oct. 1995.

F.D. Peat. ‘Science, Art and the Sacred.’ Notes for a panel discussion at the second meeting Art Meets Science and Spirituality in a Changing Economy. Copenhagen, 1996.

F.D. Peat. ‘Realizing Sensation: The Art of David Andrew.’ For exhibit catalogue at the Agnes Etherington Gallery, Kingston, Canada. (1996).

F.D. Peat. ‘Creativity: The Meeting of Apollo and Dionysus’ first given as a talk in Brussels to the Institute International de Psychanalyse et de Psychotherapie Charles Baudoin, November 10, 1996.

F.D. Peat. ‘Space and the Body’ talk given at Oxford Brooks University School of Architecture, Feb 1996.

F.D. Peat. ‘La Créativité, la rencontre d’Apollon et de Dyonisos’ in Action et Pensee, no. 31, novembre, Brussels (1997).
Later reprinted in 3e Millénaire, no. 46. Hiver 1997.

F.D. Peat. ‘Blackfoot Physics and European Minds,’ Futures Vol 29, 563-573 (1997).

F.D. Peat. ‘Registering Memory: Madelon Hoykaas and Elsa Stansfield.’ Catalogue Essay for Retrospective and CD Rom, Frans Halsmuseum/Verweyhal, Haarlem, March 1997.

F.D Peat. ‘Art and the Environment’ and ‘Art and the Environment in Britain.’ (1997)

F.D. Peat. ‘Photography and Science: Conspirators’ in Photography’s Multiple Roles: Art, Document, Market, Science, ed.Denise Miller Museum of Contemporary Photgraphy Columbia College, Chicago (1998).

F.D. Peat. ‘Art & Science: Marriage or Illicit Liaison.’ Catalogue essay to accompany Dark Matter: A Visual Exploration of the New Physics, an exhibition jointly held at the Turnpike Gallery, Manchester and the Harris Gallery, Preston from March 7-April 25, 1998.

F.D. Peat ‘Time, Synchronicity and Evolution’ in Kooperation mit der Evolution. Über das Zusammenspiel von Mensch und Kosmos, Monika Sachtleben ed. Diederichs-Verlag, New Science, München (1999).

F.D. Peat. ‘Annotations on Science and Aesthetics’ in Cross Sections, San Jose Museum of Art. (2001).

F.D. Peat. ‘Creator and Creation’ in Im Anfang was (k)ein Gott: Naturwissenschaftlich und theologische Perspektiven ed,T. D. Wabbel Patmos-Verlag, Dusseldorf (2004).

F.D. Peat. ‘Art and Consciousness,’ keynote address at the International Conference Consciousness, Theatre, Literature and the Arts Aberystwyth, Wales, May 7-9, 2005.

F.D. Peat. ‘Parallel Lines: Faraday and Pasteur’ in The Pari Dialogues, ed. F. David Peat. (2008).

F.D. Peat ‘The Art of Bridging: Resonances of David Bohm and Carl Jung’ in Revealing the Invisible: The Art of Stansfield/Hooykaas from Different Perspectives, eds. Madelon Hooykaas and Claire van Puttebn. De Buitenkant:Amsterdam (2010).

F.D. Peat. ‘The Alchemy of Creativity: Art, Consciousness and Embodiment.’ Interalia (2014).