Descriptive Experience Sampling, the Explicitation Interview, and Pristine Experience In Response to Froese, Gould and Seth

Journal of Consciousness Studies 18 (2):65-78 (2011)

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I take the opportunity that Froese, Gould, and Seth provide to clarify further , 2011) some aspects of Descriptive Experience Sampling by distinguishing DES from the Explicitation Interview method ; and to comment on Froese and colleagues' suggestion of the Double Blind Interview as a way of evaluating DES, EI, and other methods
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