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MACEDO, Shirley  and  CALDAS, Marcos Tulio. A critical analysis on thechniques of phenomelogical research used in clinical psychology. Rev. NUFEN [online]. 2011, vol.3, n.1, pp.3-16. ISSN 2175-2591.

In this study, it is looked for to analysis techniques of phenomenological research used more recently in clinical psychology. It starts mainly from the psychology notion as fundamental science, as it was proposed by Edmund Husserl, being adopted the positioning that is necessary, so the clinical psychologists that undertake a phenomenological research, develop a questioning spirit, turned much more in to rethink constantly the practice adopted than the etiology of the investigated problems. Along the analyses, peculiarities and comparisons of the techniques are presented, such as Opened Interview with initial question, Version of Sense and Narration of the Researcher. It was ended, mainly, that the systematization of a phenomenological research depends on the handling technique use by the researcher, who, in the clinical psychology context must intervene in reality through the sense, building the retaking of people' s subjective autonomy and accomplishing his/her role as a transformation agent of social realities.

Keywords : Qualitative Research; Psychology, Clinical; Interview, Psychological; Narration.

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