Fulton, P. Insecurity, Self-Criticism, and Impermanence, Insight Journal, Barre Center for Buddhist Studies, June, 2015
Fulton, P. Contributions and Challenges to Clinical Practice from Buddhist Psychology,
Clinical Journal of Social Work (2014) DOI 10.1007/s10615-013-0469-7.
Germer, C., Siegel, R., & Fulton, P. (eds.) Mindfulness and Psychotherapy, 2nd Edition. Guilford, 2013.
Fulton, P. (2012). Will Buddhism transform how psychotherapy understands suffering, or are we just looting the vehicle for its parts? In Begegnung von westlicher Psychotherapie und buddhistischer Geistesschulung (in press).
Fulton, P., A Crooked Line from East to West: The shaping of Buddhism in the United States” in Buddhism and World Culture, Institute of Chindian Studies, Jinan University, 2011.
Engler, J., and Fulton, P., “Self and No-Self in Psychotherapy” in Germer, & Siegel (ed.s), Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy, Guilford, 2012.
Fulton, P., Posner, M., and Yontef, G. “Attention, Awareness and Mindfulness in Psychotherapy: A Dialog,” in Studies in Gestalt Therapy; Dialogical Bridges, vol. 3, 2, 2009.
Book review of Blackmore, S., “Ten Zen Questions,” Oxford: Oneworld Publications, British Journal of Psychology (2009) 00, 1-2.
Fulton, P. (2007). ‘Mindfulness-based interventions in an individual setting.” In Didonna, F. (ed.). Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness, Springer, New York, 2009.
Fulton, P. (2008). “Anatta: Self, non-self, and the therapist.” In Hicks, S. and Bien, T., (Eds.). Mindfulness and the therapeutic relationship, Guilford, New York.
Fulton, P., and Siegel, R., “Buddhist and Western psychology: Seeking common ground,” in Germer, C., Siegel, R., & Fulton, P. (eds.) Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. Guilford, spring, 2005.
Fulton, P., “Mindfulness as Clinical Training,” in Germer, C., Siegel, R., & Fulton, P. (eds.) Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. Guilford, spring, 2005.
Germer, C., Siegel, R., & Fulton, P. (eds.) Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. Guilford, 2005.
Fulton, Paul R., “Meditation for the Psychotherapist” Insight Journal, Fall, 2003
O’Donnell, R., Rome, D., Godin, M., Fulton, P. “Changes in Inpatient Psychiatric Utilization and Quality of Care Performance Measures in a Capitated HMO Population, 1989-1999,” The Psychiatric Clinics of North America, vol. 23, no. 2, June, 2000.
Flannery, R.B., Hanson, M.A., Sudders, M.L., Fulton, P.R., Penk, W.E., and Flannery, G.J., "An Ecological Model of Staff Victims of Patient Assault: Impact of Management Variables," (publication date unknown).
Flannery, R.B., Fulton, P.R., Tausch, J., DeLoffi, A.Y., "A Program to Help Staff Cope with Psychological Sequelae of Assaults by Patients," Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Vol. 42 No. 9, September, 1991.
Fulton, Paul R., "Object Relations and Religious Experience: A Report from the APA Convention," Common Boundary, July, 1991.
Fulton, Paul R., "The Roots of Altruism," Common Boundary, September/October 1990.
Fulton, Paul R., "Meditation as Medicine," Common Boundary, March/April, 1990.
Fulton, Paul R., "Recent Transpersonal Dissertations," Common Boundary, November/December, 1989
Fulton, Paul R., "Research In and Around Harvard," Common Boundary, September/October, 1989.
Fulton, Paul R., "Anatta: The Psychological Ethnography of Self and Selves Among American Vipassana Buddhists," unpublished doctoral thesis, Harvard University, 1986.
Fulton, Paul R., "Indigenous Psychologies of Self and Development, " Van Leer Foundation Project on Human Potential, Harvard University, ERIC Files, 1984.