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History of Psychology:  Humanism

History of Psychology:  Humanism

Author: Barbara Ludins

This lesson will introduce the methods, people, and theories of Humanism and their contribution to the origins of the field of psychology.

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History of Psychology: Humanism

Source: Images created by Barb Lundis


Notes on the History of Psychology: Humanism


(00:00-02:29) Carl Rogers

(02:30-03:44) Abraham Maslow

(03:45-04:10) Recap

Terms to Know

Believes in human potential, not drives; behavior is chosen, not determined – we have free will; seeks to understand how we perceive the world and our place in it.