Edwin E. Gantt, Ph.D.

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Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, United States 
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Williams RN, Gantt EE, Fischer L. (2021) Agency: What Does It Mean to Be a Human Being? Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 693077
Gantt EE, Williams RN. (2020) The Triumph of the Will: Evolutionary Psychology and the Conceptual Incoherence of Enhancement: Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 2216781989900
Gantt EE, Williams RN. (2020) Truth in a Post-Truth World: Transcendence and the Essence of Mattering Journal of Constructivist Psychology. 1-26
Collingridge DS, Gantt EE. (2019) The Quality of Qualitative Research. American Journal of Medical Quality : the Official Journal of the American College of Medical Quality. 34: 439-445
Gantt EE, Williams RN. (2019) Methodological naturalism, saturation, and Psychology's failure to save the phenomena Journal For the Theory of Social Behaviour. 50: 84-102
Gantt EE. (2018) Books briefly noted: Review of A new narrative for psychology, The phenomenology of learning and becoming, In the wake of trauma: Psychology and philosophy for the suffering other, and Varieties of virtue ethics. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. 38: 184-186
Gantt EE. (2017) Review of the Dialogical mind: Common sense and ethics. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. 37: 197-198
Gantt EE, Lindstrom JP, Williams RN. (2016) The Generality of Theory and the Specificity of Social Behavior: Contrasting Experimental and Hermeneutic Social Science Journal For the Theory of Social Behaviour
Ingerson M, DeTienne KB, Gantt EE, et al. (2015) Practicing the Healer’s Art: An Agentic-Relational Approach to Negotiation Business and Professional Ethics Journal. 34: 1-22
Williams RN, Gantt EE. (2014) Life, death, and ontology: More on aspiration and exaggeration Theory and Psychology. 24: 417-429
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