Volume 15 · Number 3 · Pages 263–266
Modes of Participation and Modes of Inquiry

Davood G. Gozli

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Open peer commentary on the article “Visual Representation in the Wild: Empirical Phenomenological Investigation of Visual-spatial Working Memory in a Naturalistic Setting” by Aleš Oblak. Abstract: In contrast to the experimental methods of studying visual memory, Oblak has used a less constrained method of investigation. The comparison between the conventional experimental methods and the present phenomenological method should be done, not in terms of a single difference, but in terms of three separable distinctions. Disentangling the three comparisons could benefit future research.

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Gozli D. G. (2020) Modes of participation and modes of inquiry. Constructivist Foundations 15(3): 263–266. https://constructivist.info/15/3/263

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