Volume 14 · Number 2 · Pages 226–229
Authors’ Response: Whatever Works instead of All or Nothing

Yochai Ataria, Mooli Lahad & Omer Horovitz

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Abstract: This response confronts some crucial questions raised by the reviewers: (a) Can the phenomenological approach be applied to the study of trauma? (b) What is the exact meaning of the term “traumatic event? (c) Is our phenomenological approach too thin? (d) What is the nature of the proposed cognitive bridge - what else is needed? (e) Is the shared world indeed lacking? (f) Is it possible to control patients with posttraumatic stress disorder in the lab? (g) How is our proposal innovative?

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Ataria Y., Lahad M. & Horovitz O. (2019) Authors’ response: Whatever works instead of all or nothing. Constructivist Foundations 14(2): 226–229. https://constructivist.info/14/2/226

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