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Synopsis: Despite the growing interest in phenomenological psychology and the employment of phenomenological methods in all of the social sciences, phenomenological methodology is all too often given little or no attention in foundational psychology. This book provides an introduction that is geared toward those with little or no exposure to philosophy or psychology in the phenomenological tradition. Some topics that are included are methodology, anxiety and pathology, philosophical anthropology, the nature/nurture debate, and the unconscious.
About the Author: Eugene M. DeRobertis is a Professor of Psychology at Brookdale College and a Part-Time Lecturer for Rutgers University-Newark. He has a BA in philosophy from St. Peter's University and a PhD in psychology from Duquesne University. Dr. DeRobertis worked as a guidance counselor, a psychotherapist, and a developmentally oriented addictions counselor before dedicating himself to teaching on a full-time basis.
Title: Phenomenological Psychology: A Text for ...
Publisher: University Press Of America
Publication Date: 1996
Book Condition: Good
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