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American theoretical physicist

According to Wikipedia, David Joseph Bohm was an American-Brazilian-British scientist who has been described as one of the most significant theoretical physicists of the 20th century and who contributed unorthodox ideas to quantum theory, neuropsychology and the philosophy of mind.

- Significance of Electromagnetic Potentials in the Quantum Theory (1959) (4721)
- A SUGGESTED INTERPRETATION OF THE QUANTUM THEORY IN TERMS OF "HIDDEN" VARIABLES. II (1952) (4302)
- Wholeness and the Implicate Order (1981) (1706)
- Discussion of Experimental Proof for the Paradox of Einstein, Rosen, and Podolsky (1957) (512)
- Model of the Causal Interpretation of Quantum Theory in Terms of a Fluid with Irregular Fluctuations (1954) (469)
- An ontological basis for the quantum theory (1987) (372)
- Time in the Quantum Theory and the Uncertainty Relation for Time and Energy (1961) (363)
- A Proposed Solution of the Measurement Problem in Quantum Mechanics by a Hidden Variable Theory (1966) (299)
- A new theory of the relationship of mind and matter. (1986) (279)
- Further Considerations on Electromagnetic Potentials in the Quantum Theory (1961) (227)
- On the intuitive understanding of nonlocality as implied by quantum theory (1975) (160)
- PROOF THAT PROBABILITY DENSITY APPROACHES //psi//$sup 2$ IN CAUSAL INTERPRETATION OF THE QUANTUM THEORY (1953) (135)
- Non-locality and locality in the stochastic interpretation of quantum mechanics (1989) (133)
- Measurement understood through the quantum potential approach (1984) (97)
- Quantum theory as an indication of a new order in physics. B. Implicate and explicate order in physical law (1973) (93)
- Quantum theory as an indication of a new order in physics. Part A. The development of new orders as shown through the history of physics (1971) (81)
- A causal interpretation of the pauli equation (B) (1955) (65)
- The Aharonov-Bohm effect and the quantum potential (1982) (62)
- Further Discussion of the Role of Electromagnetic Potentials in the Quantum Theory (1963) (61)
- Comments on an Article of Takabayasi conserning the Formulation of Quantum Mechanics with Classical Pictures (1953) (55)
- On a quantum algebraic approach to a generalized phase space (1981) (53)
- A Refutation of the Proof by Jauch and Piron that Hidden Variables Can be Excluded in Quantum Mechanics (1966) (52)
- On the Aharonov-Bohm effect (1979) (42)
- A causal interpretation of the pauli equation (A) (1955) (41)
- On a new mode of description in physics (1970) (37)
- Remarks on the Possibility of Quantum Electrodynamics without Potentials (1962) (36)
- Answer to Fock Concerning the Time Energy Indeterminacy Relation (1964) (34)
- The de Broglie pilot wave theory and the further development of new insights arising out of it (1982) (31)
- On some new notions concerning locality and nonlocality in the quantum theory (1975) (30)
- A quantum potential approach to the Wheeler delayed-choice experiment (1985) (26)
- Nonlocality in quantum theory understood in terms of Einstein's nonlinear field approach (1981) (24)
- Further discussion of possible experimental tests for the paradox of Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen (1960) (22)
- Generalisation of the twistor to Clifford algebras as a basis for geometry (1984) (19)
- 6 - Hidden Variables in the Quantum Theory (1962) (16)
- Nonlocality and polarization correlations of annihilation quanta (1976) (16)
- The general statistical problem in physics and the theory of probability (1955) (12)
- On the relativistic invariance of a quantum theory based on beables (1991) (11)
- Internal Quantum States of Hyperspherical (Nakano) Relativistic Rotators (1960) (11)
- Relativistic Phase Space Arising out of the Dirac Algebra (1983) (10)
- On Hidden Variables-A Reply to Comments by Jauch and Piron and by Gudder (1968) (9)
- CLASSICAL AND NON-CLASSICAL CONCEPTS IN THE QUANTUM THEORY* (1962) (9)
- Separation of Motions of Many-Body Systems into Dynamically Independent Parts by Projection onto Equilibrium Varieties in Phase Space. I (1964) (9)
- Conformal-group symmetry of elementary particles (1965) (8)
- Statistical mechanics and the ontological interpretation (1996) (7)
- On the « space-time character » of internal symmetries of elementary particles (1965) (5)
- A quantum potential approach to the Wheeler delayed-choice experiment (1985) (5)
- Nonlocality and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Experiment as Understood through the Quantum-Potential Approach (1988) (5)
- ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN METHODOLOGY IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND THE CONTENT OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE* (1961) (5)
- On the role of hidden variables in the fundamental structure of physics (1996) (5)
- The implicate order and Prigogine's notions of irreversibility (1987) (4)
- Active interpretation of the Lorentz ‘‘boosts’’ as a physical explanation of different time rates (1985) (4)
- A reply to Jánossy’s treatment of the Aharanov-Bohm effect and the many-body problem (1971) (3)
- On the measurement of velocity of relativistic particles (1957) (3)
- On a Quantum Algebraic Approach to Phase Space (1981) (3)
- Hidden Variables in the Quantum Theory (1962) (2)
- David Bohm and the Holomovement (1997) (1)
- On the Creation of a Deeper Insight into What may Underlie Quantum Physical Law (1976) (1)
- Non-locality in the stochastic interpretation of the quantum theory (1988) (1)
- NEWS (1975) (1)
- New isobaric spin group (1961) (0)
- Space, Time and the Quantum Theory Understood in Terms of Discrete Structural Processes (1966) (0)
- Among the shifting sands: science in its place (1984) (0)
- Introduction to quantum mechanics By R. H. Dicke and J. P. Wittke. Pp. xi + 369. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Inc., Reading, Mass., U.S.A., and London, W.I. 1960. 60s. net (1962) (0)
- HIDDEN VARIABLE THEORIES AS A STEP TOWARDS A NEW LANGUAGE STRUCTURE FOR PHYSICS. (1970) (0)
- Inadequacy of Laplacean Determinism and Irreversibility of Time (1976) (0)
- Imagined worlds: visions of theoretical physics (1985) (0)
- ON THE $sub 4$SPACE-TIME CHARACTER$sub 4$ OF INTERNAL SYMMETRIES OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES (1965) (0)
- A Quantum of History Essay Review of ‘ Quantum Theory at the Crossroads (0)
- Physical freedom (1987) (0)

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