Phenomenological psychology provides a comprehensive accessible and practical introduction to phenomenological theory research and methods detailed and extensive examples of real research are included throughout to encourage an applied and critical understanding. Phenomenological research methods psychology a comparison with grounded theory discourse analysis narrative research and intuitive inquiry frederick j wertz fordham university this presentation grows out of a project that aims to demonstrate and compare five different qualitative research methods for studying human lived experience. On the other hand phenomenological psychology refers to the use of phenomenology to study the necessary and universal structures of experience in this way phenomenological psychology is grounded in transcendental analysis as a research method which analyzes the necessary conditions for the possibility of human experience. The descriptive phenomenological method in psychology was developed by the american psychologist amedeo giorgi in the early 1970s giorgi based his method on principles laid out by philosophers like edmund husserl and maurice merleau ponty as well as what he had learned from his prior professional experience in psychophysics
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