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'I was like a wild wild person': understanding feelings of anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis.
This paper is concerned with illuminating how emotion (anger) and emotion-related phenomena such as feelings, thoughts and expressions appear to the individual person. In particular, it focuses onExpand
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EverQuest—It’s Just a Computer Game Right? An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Online Gaming Addiction
Over the last few years there has been an increasing interest in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPGs). These represent the latest Internet-only computer gaming experienceExpand
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Measuring adult indirect aggression: The development and psychometric assessment of the indirect aggression scales
This paper describes the development of a psychometric measure of indirect aggression for use in an adult population. Items were generated from a series of qualitative interviews. Two versions of theExpand
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The experience of living with Parkinson's disease: An interpretative phenomenological analysis case study
What are the lived experiences of an individual with a chronic degenerative disorder? The aim of this study is to address this question by exploring one individual's personal experience of livingExpand
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Interpretative phenomenological analysis and embodied, active, situated cognition
We describe here some of the developing conversations between “third phase” cognitive science and phenomenological philosophy. Contributors to these conversations treat cognition as an embodied,Expand
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Reflecting on the Use of IPA with Focus Groups: Pitfalls and Potentials
Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) is a phenomenological, hermeneutic method for analysing semi-structured interview data, supported by a robust theoretical foundation and detailedExpand
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The feel of experience: phenomenological ideas for organizational research
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to look at how phenomenology can be used to explore the meaning and experience of organizational life. It argues that phenomenology provides more than justExpand
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Framework analysis: a worked example of a study exploring young people’s experiences of depression
ABSTRACT Framework analysis is an approach to qualitative research that is increasingly used across multiple disciplines, including psychology, social policy, and nursing research. The stages ofExpand
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Women, Anger, and Aggression
This study reports a qualitative phenomenological investigation of anger and anger-related aggression in the context of the lives of individual women. Semistructured interviews with five women areExpand
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The personal experience of juvenile Huntington's disease: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of parents' accounts of the primary features of a rare genetic condition
There has been a paucity of research into the psychosocial impact of juvenile Huntington's disease (JHD) on the child and the family. The study reported here is part of larger project that aimed toExpand
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