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part iii. hermeneutical-phenomenological psychology
41. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 3
Bernd Jager Dionysos and the World of Passion
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42. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 3
Rolf von Eckartsberg The Eco-Psychology of Personal Culture Building: An Existential-Hermeneutic Approach
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Tómas Proinsias O'Cluánain Phenomenological Psychological Reflections on the Mission of Art
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44. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 3
About the Authors
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45. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 2
A. Giorgi, C.T. Fischer, E.L. Murray Preface
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46. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 2
Introduction
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part i: phenomenology, science, and psychology. a. foundational issues
47. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 2
Phenomenology, Science and Psychology
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R.D. Romanyshyn The Attitude of Science and the Crisis of Psychology
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Paul F. Colaizzi Technology in Psychology and Science
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Steiner Kvale, Carl Erik Grenness Skinner and Sartre: Towards a Radical Phenomenology of Behavior?
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David L. Smith Freud's Metapsychology: The Psychoanalytic Construction of Reality
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Amedeo Giorgi Convergence and Divergence of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Psychology
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part i: phenomenology, science, and psychology. b. empirical research
53. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 2
Amedeo Giorgi An Application of Phenomenological Method in Psychology
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Tomás Proinsias Ó Cluándin Body-Subject and Dialogue of Perspectives in the Perception of Letters Traced on the Head
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Susan Spilman Crohn's Disease: An Holistic Approach
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part ii: phenomenological rethinking of traditional topics
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Phenomenological Rethinking of Traditional Topics
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57. Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology: Volume > 2
Constance T. Fischer Intelligence Contra IQ: A Human Science Critique and Alternative to the Natural Science Approach to Man
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Rolf von Eckartsberg The Eco-Psychology of Motivational Theory and Research
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Richard J. Alapack The Outlaw Relationship: An Existential Phenomenological Reflection upon the Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood
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Steen Halling The Implications of Emanuel Levinas' Totality and Infinity for Therapy
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