Investigating psychology
Investigating psychology

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Figure 1 The CHIP resource.

In the final session of the course you have used the CHIP resource to investigate the work of some key figures in phenomenology and social constructionism, including the work of Husserl, Brentano, and Berger and Luckmann. You can continue your investigation of these people by exploring their links to other people, contexts, perspectives and methods in psychology. You can click ‘share’ to produce a link to the exact star field you have been working on for later study!

Finally, don’t forget that this free course, Investigating psychology, and CHIP are open resources, so you can come back to them whenever you like.

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