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Daniel Martin Rynerson

Adjunct Professor of Psychology

Daniel Martin is Montclair State University Professor holding a Master's Degree in Psychology and Cognitive Science with professional applications in Behavioral Neuroscience. His experience in scientific research includes EEG brain wave studies, behavioral studies, neuro-anatomical studies, and investigations into various psycho-physical phenomena. He has presented in two research symposiums speaking on 'Expanding Consciousness & Our Idea of Physicalism' (2013) and on the 'Discrepancies in the Idea of Self - East & West' (2014). His previous engagements involve BCC STEM (2016), the Kessler Foundation (2018), the Montclair State Speech Communication Lab (2018), and the Rutgers Center for Behavioral and Molecular Neuroscience (2019). He is currently a member and mentor at the New York Academy of Sciences and has been featured as a Psychology spokesperson on the radio show "Why Do We?" at WMSC Montlcair 90.3 FM.

Daniel Martin has held a spiritual practice for over 15 years, leading various meditations and discussion groups, as well as investigating alternative therapies and attaining certifications in Yogic Therapy, Polarity Therapy, Neuro-muscular Reprogramming, and incorporating more contemporary methods, becoming a CPD certified Life Coach (2020). Several investigations into alternative therapies and modalities of healing broaden the scope of knowledge that is now embedded within the Self Perpetual program's various teaching methods to disseminate information through workshops, individual coaching, and consulting practices.


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