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Kohn, L. (2014).  Forget or Not Forget? The Neurophysiology of Zuowang. Daoist Studies Boston 2014.
Kohn, L. (2010).  Living on Qi. Sixth International Conference on Daoist Studies: Daoism Today: Science, Health, Ecology. Abstract
Kohn, L. (2009).  Healing and the Earth: Daoist Cultivation in Comparative Perspective. Value Inquiry Book Series~~205Environmental Ethics: Intercultural Perspectives. 22 - 168.
Kohn, L. (2009).  Daoist Body Cultivation and Behavioral Kinesiology. First International Summit on Laozi and Daoist Culture..
Kohn, L. (2008).  Grand Offering in Hong Kong.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 188 - 191. Abstract
Kohn, L. (2008).  Grand Offering in Hong Kong.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 188 - 191. Abstract
Tsai, J. N., Kohn L., Chittick A., Friedrichs E., Friedrichs M., & Xichen Lü (2008).  Conferences.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 212 - 219. Abstract
Kohn, L., Komjathy L., & Wang R. (2008).  Foundations.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 1, 222 - 223. Abstract
Kohn, L. (2007).  Daoyin: Chinese Healing Exercises. Asian Medicine. 3(1), 103 - 129. Abstract
Bidlack, B. (2006).  Taiji Quan: Forms, Visions, and Effects. (Kohn, Livia, Ed.).Daoist Body Cultivation.
[Anonymous] (2002).  “Ethnic Identity and Taoist Identity in Traditional China.”. (Kohn, Livia, Roth, Harold D., Ed.).Daoist Identity: History, Lineage and Ritual. 23-38.
Kohn, L. (2001).  Daoist Monastic Discipline: Hygiene, Meals, and Etiquette. T'oung PaoSecond Series. 87, 153–193.
Kohn, L. (1999).  Daoism in Japan: A Comprehensive Collection. JAPANESE RELIGIONS. 24(2), 197 - 208.
Kohn, L. (1996).  The Looks of Laozi. Asian Folklore Studies. 55, 193–236. Abstract
Kohn, L. (1988).  "Mirror of Auras": Chen Tuan on Physiognomy. Asian Folklore Studies. 47, 215–256.
Kohn, L. (1986).  A Textbook of Physiognomy: The Tradition of the "Shenxiang quanbian". Asian Folklore Studies. 45, 227–258.