Descriptive Experience Sampling, the Explicitation Interview, and Pristine Experience In Response to Froese, Gould and Seth
I take the opportunity that Froese, Gould, and Seth (this issue) provide to clarify further (see also the special issue of this journal, JCS 18 (1), 2011) some aspects of Descriptive Experience Sampling (DES; Hurlburt, 1993; in press; Hurlburt & Akhter, 2006; Hurlburt & Heavey, 2006) by distinguishing DES from the Explicitation Interview (EI) method (e.g. Vermersch, 2009; Petitmengin, 2006; Petitmengin & Bitbol, 2009); and to comment on Froese and colleagues' suggestion of the Double Blind Interview (DBI) as a way of evaluating DES, EI, and other methods.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of Nevada, Las Vegas. R.T. Hburt:, Email: [email protected]
Publication date: 01 January 2011