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Magnus Englander

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156916207X234275 Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 38 (2007) 181–216 www.brill.nl/jpp pheno menol ogical p s y c h ology jour nal of Persistent Psychological Meaning of Early Emotional Memories * Magnus Englander Malmö University Abstract

Amedeo Giorgi

analyses can do both: discover meanings that are in the descriptions that relate back to the acts of the original describer, or the researcher may actively bestow new, psychological meanings on the data by actualizing the psychological perspective. Sometimes it is important to clarify the Lifeworld meaning

Margaret Fidler, Alan Costall and Paul Morris

obtained were predominantly anthro- pomorphic and structured according to a limited set of "event units" whose psychological meaning was highly consistent across the observers. In common with many social psychologists we con- clude that consistency of anthropomorphic description suggests that meaning is

Paul Morris, Margaret Fidler and Alan Costall

short videotaped episodes of animal behavior. The descriptions obtained were predominantly anthro- pomorphic and structured according to a limited set of “event units” whose psychological meaning was highly consistent across the obser vers. In common with many social psychologists we con- clude that

Steven Crowell

ctive reality” is the speci fi c content of transcendental-phenomenological re fl ection. Elaborating this concept allows us to see how phenomenological concepts such as constitution, horizon, and the “tran- scendental” have a tropological, rather than a psychological, meaning. Speci fi cally, the article

A New Light on the Shadows of Heavenly Bodies

Indian Shadow Puppets: From Still Paintings to Motion Pictures

Rui Oliveira Lopes

essay proposes to evaluate the volition behind the shadow of leather puppet-making in India and demonstrate the entanglement between performance and visual arts there. The first part of this essay explores the archetypal and psychological meanings of shadow in its relationship with myth, knowledge, and

Joelien Pretorius

inalienable right to peaceful nuclear technology – something that South Africa is cautious to be complicit in; and (ii) the nuclear weapon states’ denial (the psychological meaning) of the unpleasant reality of a hypocritical nuclear order – something with which South Africa should engage not only as a NAM

Zimmermann, Bernhard (Freiburg)

th cent. BC the term was used as medical term for the removal of harmful substances from the human body or soul (LSJ, s.v. κ. II). The cultic-ritual and medical-psychological meanings have merged in Ar...

.................................................... 256 Englander, Magnus, Persistent Psychological Meaning of Early Emotional Memories ................................................................. 181 Hannush, Mufid James, An Existential-Dialectical- Phenomenological Approach to Understanding Cultural Tilts : Implications for Multicultural

“I Don’t Love My Baby?!”

A Descriptive Phenomenological Analysis of Disturbances in Maternal Affection

Idun Røseth and Rob Bongaardt

-Ponty, 1945/1996; Stern, 1985, 1995; Trevarthen, 1979). The focus is on how the other experiences and lives in her world, being attentive to the often implicit psychological meanings of her experience. Merleau-Ponty (1945/1996) explained that when one expresses experiences, other dimensions of the life world