Monthly Archives: February 2017

William James’ “stream” metaphor

Recent discussions with colleagues about the ‘flow of experience’ and the implications for research have caused me to reconsider Williams James’ (1909, p. 165 – 166) words about the “stream of consciousness:” It is, the reader will see, the reinstatement … Continue reading

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Review of “What Matters” to Appear in Frontiers in Psychology

Gavan Lintern is the first to write a review of our book What Matters? for publication. Gavan’s review will be published in Frontiers in Psychology. Here is a link to the review: http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00264/full?

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Reproducibility Crisis in Psychology

Here is an interesting post with regard to the reproducibility crisis in psychology. I agree with the author’s [Doug Marman] point that in response to the crisis there is a danger that psychology may actually “objectify” human experience out of … Continue reading

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