Steen Halling
Department of Psychology, Seattle University, USA
Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology
Seattle University
Washington State
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Miscellaneous Information

Miscellaneous Information:

Volume 5, edition 1 (April 2005): When Intimacy and Companionship are at the Core of the Phenomenological Research Process

Special Edition - Teaching of Phenomenology (September 2012): Teaching Phenomenology through Highlighting Experience

Volume 14, edition 1 (May 2014): The Phenomenon as Muse: On Being Open to "Friendly Invasion"

Professor Steen Halling is a member of the Editorial Board

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