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1. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 4
Introduction
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part i: clinical and therapeutic contributions
2. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 4
Clinical and Therapeutic Contributions
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3. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 4
Dreyer Kruger Psychotherapy Research and Existential-Phenomenological Psychology: An Exploration
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Robert Fessler Phenomenology and "The Talking Cure": Research on Psychotherapy
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Joseph Lyons Remembering and Psychotherapy
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Robert J. Masek Outline for a Dialogal Perspective in Phenomenological Psychoanalysis
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Charles Maes The Psychoanalytic and the Commonplace Experience of Silence: Some Phenomenological Considerations
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Carolyn Gratton Phenomenological and Traditional Views of Trust Between Clients and Therapists
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Jack T. F. Ling Existential Dimensions of Paradoxical Strategies in Psychotherapy and Counseling
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Steen Halling Seeing a Significant Other "As if for the First Time"
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Christopher J. Mruk Toward A Phenomenology of Self-Esteem
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part ii: hermeneutics and phenomenological psychology
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Hermeneutics and Phenomenological Psychology
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Bernd Jager Theorizing and the Elaboration of Place: Inquiry into Galileo and Freud
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Bernd Jager Be-ing . . . Think-ing . . . Thank-ing. Reflections on Technology in the Spirit of Martin Heidegger
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Rolf Von Eckartsberg Existential-Phenomenology, Validity and the Trans-Personal Ground of Psychological Theorizing
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part iii: systematic psychology
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Systematic Psychology
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Amedeo P. Giorgi The Importance of the Phenomenological Attitude for Access to the Psychological Realm
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Frederick J. Wertz Revolution in Psychology: A Case Study of the New Look School of Perception
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Christopher M. Aanstoos A Phenomenological Study of Thinking
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part iv: history of the graduate psychology program
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David L. Smith History of the Graduate Psychology Program
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