Britton, W.B. (2016). (Chapter 5) Scientific literacy as a foundational competency for teachers of mindfulness-based interventions. In McCown, D., Reibel, D., and Micozzi, MS (eds). Resources for Teaching Mindfulness: An International Handbook. New York: Springer. PDF

Britton, W.B. (2016). (Chapter 34) Self-Inquiry: Investigating Confirmation Bias. In McCown, D., Reibel, D., and Micozzi, MS (eds). Resources for Teaching Mindfulness. An International Handbook. New York: Springer.


Britton, W.B.  and Sydnor, A.  (2015). Neurobiological Models of Meditation: Implications for Training Young People. In Willard, C. and Salzman, A. (Eds.) Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens. New York: Guilford. PDF 

Garland, S.N., Britton, W.B., Agagianian, N., Goldman, R.E, Carslon, L.E., Ong, J.C.  (2015). Mindfulness, Affect, and Sleep: Current Perspectives and Future Directions.  In K.A. Babson and M.T. Felder (eds) Sleep and AffectNew York: Elsevier.


Britton, W.B. , Brown, A.C., Kaplan, C.T., Goldman, R.E., DeLuca, M., Rojiani, R., Reis, H., Xi, M., Chou, J.C.,  McKenna, F., Hitchcock, P., Rocha, T.A. Himmelfarb, J., Margolis, D.M. Niles, H.F., Eckert, A.M., Frank, A.(2013) Contemplative Science: An Insider’s Prospectus. In Marilla Svinicki (ed). New Directions for Teaching and LearningContemplative Studies in Higher EducationSan Francisco: Jossey-Bass.


Britton, W.B., Bootzin, R.R., Cousins, J.C., Hasler, B.P., Peck, T., and Shapiro, S.L. (2012). The contribution of mindfulness practice to a multi-component behavioral sleep intervention following substance Abuse treatment in adolescents. In Marcus, M., and Zgierska, A. (Eds). Mindfulness-Related Treatments and Addiction Recovery.  London: Taylor and Francis.


Payne, J. D., Britton, W.B., Nadel, L., and Jacobs, W. J. (2004). The biopsychology of trauma and memory. In D. Reisberg and P. Hertel (Eds.), Memory and Emotion (pp. 76-128). New York: Oxford University Press.