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Humanistic Psychology

A school of psychological thought which originated in the 1960s and emphasizes a hopeful, constructive view of the self-determining capacity of human beings. Unlike its predecessors, psychoanalysis and behaviorism, humanistic psychology takes into consideration human values, intention, and meaning.

Humanistic Psychology
APA Reference
Grinnell, R. (2016). Humanistic Psychology. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 16, 2018, from https://psychcentral.com/encyclopedia/humanistic-psychology/