Albert Levis, M.D., the curator of the Museum and the founder of the Center for the Study of Normative Behavior, has published several books about the creative process and the role of creativity as a tool to self-understanding.
Conflict Analysis: the Formal Theory of Behavior, outlines the principles of the Formal Theory, and develops a scientific method for understanding behavior. The textbook formulates a method of studying emotional energetic transformations with the guidance of physics, studying the dialectics of unconscious dynamics as a scientific phenomenon.
Conflict Analysis Training is a workbook of exercises and assessments that lead towards greater self awareness and understanding. The book guides its readers to an understanding of their relational modality, how they deal with conflict, and how they can best improve
Science Stealing the Fire of the Gods, published Summer 2011, explores in detail the Museum’s exhibits, investigating the emotional discovery present in the Gorski Retrospective, and retracing the evolution of abstraction in religious paradigms. Based upon the myth of Prometheus stealing the fire of Olympus, the book presents science as now demystifying religion and offering humanity the tools of moral life.