Humanistic psychology focuses on human qualities to develop theories and diagnoses in clinical practice. It is an interesting discipline that you will want to investigate through our collection of humanistic psychology PDF books. Our books are filled with relevant information and our library is carefully assembled so you can study all the topics of interest to you.
Learn about its origin, the main exponents and the theoretical bases of this branch of psychology that has had a great boom since the middle of the last century, until today. You will find all this in our books of humanistic psychology, available for immediate and free download.
Humanistic psychology is part of a current of thought that originated in the United States, around the 1960s, called Humanism. It arose as a reaction to the predominance of behaviorism and psychoanalysis, and to their limitations and determinism. It was opposed to animal experimentation to explain human behavior; it focused on the individual and its ideas to find solutions to the problems that patients brought to consultation.
Among its most prominent exponents are: Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow, Gordon Allport, Gardner Murphy, Henry Murray, Fritz Perls, Kirk Schneider, Louis Hoffman, among others. Humanistic psychology is governed by the following principles: There is no judgment by the therapist of what is being treated in the consultation, it generates empathy towards the patient, it does not pathologize or focus on the diagnosis but on what the patient manifests, promotes the expression of ideas and emotions, among others.
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1) The Humanistic Psychology and Positive Psychology Connection: Implicationsfor Psychotherapy
Andrew M. Bland and Eugene Mario DerobertisSource: ResearchGate
2) The Humanistic Psychologist
Eugene M. DeRobertis and Andrew M. BlandSource: Millersville University
3) Contributions of Humanistic Psychology to Positive Psychology
Arthur Warmoth, Stella Resnick, Ilene SerlinSource: Union Street Health Associates
5) Carl Rogers and Humanistic Education
The Sage of AshevilleSource: The Sage of Asheville
7) Humanist, Behavioral and Sociocultural Personality Perspectives
Southside Psych with Mrs. Schlicht - APPsychSource: Southside Psych with Mrs. Schlicht
8) The Humanistic Approach
St Thomas More Catholic School & Sixth Form CollegeSource: St Thomas More Catholic School & Sixth Form College
9) Humanistic Approach in Teaching Foreign Language (from the Teacher Perspective)
Qatip Arifi, PhDSource: Core
11) The Humanistic Psychology–Positive Psychology Divide
Alan S. WatermanSource: Scott Barry Kaufman
14) Abraham Maslow & HUmanistic Psychology (Presentation)
Damon Drew, M.Ed.CWCSource: Wpmudev
15) A History of Division 32 (Humanistic Psychology) of the American Psychological Association
Christopher M. Aanstoos, Ilene Serlin, Thomas GreeningSource: APA Divisions
16) On the Parallelism of the Humanistic Psychology of Abay Qunanbayuliand American Psychologists
Kulush K. Kenzhegalieva, Dinara S. Kakabaevaa, Ermek S. NurumovSource: International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education
17) Humanism and individualism: Maslow and his critics (Article)
Elaine Pearson, Ronald PodeschiSource: New Prairie Press at Kansas State University
18) Basic of Learning Theory (Behaviorism, cognitivism, constructivism and humanism) (Article)
19) Humanistic Psychology: A Brief Outline of Historical and Cultural Background (Article)
Simply PsychologySource: Simply Psychology
20) Focus on the Self:Humanistic (Third-Force) Psychology (Article)
Weber State UniversitySource: Weber State University
21) Humanistic Psychology, Learning and Teaching The Whole Person (Article)
Jan D. SinnottSource: US Department of Education
24) Humanism: Essential for the Present Society a Psychological Perspective (Article)
Marietta D'MelloSource: World Wide Journals
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