Abstract and Keywords
‘Facts’ of physics, experimental psychology (that is dry physiology), and experimental phenomenology exist on disparate ontological levels. Any objective–subjective distinction is necessarily different in each case. Consequences for design and analysis of empirical research methods are discussed, mainly through generic examples. Conventional physical measurements and psychophysical methods are succinctly discussed. Experimental phenomenology is perhaps the least familiar case. For this case a few paradigmatic instances are analyzed and discussed in some detail.
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