Here are links to articles by David Wolf, related to subjects including the Vedic Personality Inventory, Vaisnava social science, speciesism in the field of social work, and research on the effectiveness of the Maha Mantra.

Wolf, D. and Abell, N. (2003). Examining the Effects of Meditation Techniques on Psychosocial Functioning. Research on Social Work Practice, 13 (1), 752-766.

Abell, N. and Wolf, D. (2003). Implementing Intervention Research in Doctoral Education. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, vol. 23, numbers 1/2, 3-19.

Wolf, D. (2003). The Vedic Theory of Social Work, The Indian Journal of Social Work, 64 (3), July, 2003, vol. 64, issue 3.Wolf, D. (2002).

Vaisnavism and the Social and Mental Health Sciences. The Journal of Indian Psychology, 20 (1), 1-12.

Wolf, D. (2000). Social Work and Speciesism. Social Work, 45 (1), 88-93.

Wolf, D. (1999).  A Psychometric Analysis of the Three Gunas, Psychological Reports, 84, 1379-1390.

102 pages

In India people have been relying on yoga and mantra techniques to relieve stress long before the development of Western psychology. David Wolf takes a look at how chanting the Hare Krsna mantra can improve subject’s mental well being. Includes a review of spiritually-based intervention research and presents the Vedic Personality Inventory as a measure of human psychology. Thorough enough for academics yet readable for the layperson. Price: $7.00

Please note that this $7 purchase is for an electronic copy of Effects of the Hare Krsna Maha Mantra on Stress, Depression and the Three Gunas. If you’re interested in a printed copy, contact David Wolf at