Descartes and phenomenological psychology

NOTES ON DESCARTES AND PSYCHOLOGY: AN EXISTENTIAL PHENOMENOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE (with reference to some of the cases in Yalom’s Love’s Executioner) Roger Brooke, Ph.D., ABPP (2008–updated 2014) (Students: If you quote from this page, be sure to cite your references. Lifting from this page is plagiarism and is easily detected by your professors.) Existential phenomenological psychology […]

Psychology as a Human Science: notes for students

Roger Brooke, Ph.D., ABPP (2010) (Students: If you quote from this page, be sure to cite your references. Lifting from this page is plagiarism and is easily detected by your professors.) Psychology as a human science is an approach to psychology in which our assumptions and methods are consistent with our experience of ourselves as […]

Clash of the Titans: evidence based practice and cultural diversity

Roger Brooke, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh The recent (winter 2001) annual conference of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology (CUDCP), held in Santa Barbara, was a celebration of clinical psychology. The meeting deserves comment because it identified the two dominant themes of the future of clinical psychology and because CUDCP represents and comprises the […]