Phenomenological Inquiry In Psychology: Existential And Transpersonal Dimensions

Paperback | January 31, 1998

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What is the nature of being fully human? This eloquent text documents fascinating studies of key aspects of human experience, such as anger, silence, being unconditionally loved, and suffering. A follow-up to the bestselling "Existential-Phenomenological Perspectives in Psychology", the book also offers an original study of the lived experiences of persons with Multiple Personality Disorder, and of the experience of dying.

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Seeking to develop an awareness of the existential and transpersonal dimensions of the human experience, Phenomenological Inquiry in Psychology is a fascinating volume. It should be of interest to readers in the fields of humanistic psychology, theology and the philosophy of science.

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What is the nature of being fully human? This eloquent text documents fascinating studies of key aspects of human experience, such as anger, silence, being unconditionally loved, and suffering. A follow-up to the bestselling "Existential-Phenomenological Perspectives in Psychology", the book also offers an original study of the lived e...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:463 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:January 31, 1998Publisher:Springer US

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Section I: Commentary: Foundational issues. Introducing Existential-Phenomenological Psychology; R. von Eckartsberg. Existential-Phenomenological Research; R. von Eckartsberg. The Question of Reliability in Interpretive Psychological Research: A Comparison of Three Phenomenologically-Based Protocol Analyses; S.D. Churchill, et al. Human Subjectivity and the Law of the Threshold: Phenomenological and Humanistic Perspectives; B. Jager. Section II: Commentary: Existential Dimensions. Being Angry Revealed as Self-Deceptive Protest: An Empirical Phenomenological Analysis; C.T. Fischer. An Empirical-Phenomenological Investigation of Being Ashamed; D.S. Vallelonga. Latin American Women's Experience of Feeling Able to Move Toward and Accomplish a Meaningful and Challenging Goal; T. Shertock. The Intentionality of Psychodiagnostic Seeing: A Phenomenological Investigation of Clinical Impression Formation; S.D. Churchill. Section III: Commentary: Transpersonal Dimensions. Transpersonal Awareness: Implications for Phenomenological Research; R. Valle. Toward a Phenomenology of Synchronicity; D. Hanson, J. Klimo. The Experience of Being Silent; O. Elite. 8 Additional Chapters. Name Index. Subject Index.

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Seeking to develop an awareness of the existential and transpersonal dimensions of the human experience, Phenomenological Inquiry in Psychology is a fascinating volume. It should be of interest to readers in the fields of humanistic psychology, theology and the philosophy of science.