Amedeo Giorgi, PhD, professor emeritus at Saybrook University, recently had a new book published by University Professors Press: Reflections on Certain Qualitative and Phenomenological Psychological Methods. Dr. Giorgi began developing his approach to phenomenological psychology at Duquesne University before moving to Saybrook, where he taught for nearly 30-years before retiring. He is widely recognized as of the most influential scholars on Husserl and phenomenological psychology. His new book clarifies the differences between influential qualitative and phenomenological methods, and provides an important illustration of the descriptive phenomenological method that he developed.
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