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    The implicit erasure of “literary experience” in empirical studies of literature

    Comment on “The Scientific study of literary experience: Sampling the state of the art” by Arthur Jacobs

  • Author(s): Don Kuiken 1
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    1 Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada
  • Source: Scientific Study of Literature, Volume 5, Issue 2, Jan 2015, p. 171 - 177
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/ssol.5.2.02kui
    • Version of Record published : 22 Jul 2016
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