PHENOMENOLOGICAL METHOD AND MEDITATION

@inproceedings{Patrik2003PHENOMENOLOGICALMA,
  title={PHENOMENOLOGICAL METHOD AND MEDITATION},
  author={Linda E. Patrik},
  year={2003}
}
In recent psychological literature on meditation, the terms "phenomenology" and "phenomenological" are sometimes used rather loosely to refer to introspective reports given by experimental subjects about their experiences during meditation. I Some psychologists have even developed questionnaires and procedures, characterized as ways of operationalizing phenomenology, so that subjects' introspective reports about meditation experiences can be quantified.' There is little, however, in this… CONTINUE READING

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