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|Statement||edited by A.J. Sutich and M.A. Vich.|
|Contributions||Vich, M. A.|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages 23 cm: Contents: Theory. Toward a science of the person / Carl R. Rogers --Notes on being-psychology / Abraham H. Maslow --The growth-experience and the growth-centered attitude / Anthony J. Sutich --Human life goals in the humanistic perspective / Charlotte Buhler --Self-transcendence as a human phenomenon / . Readings In Personality Psychology is a book of readings for the undergraduate course in personality psychology. In addition to source readings, the book includes (new) original content that provides support, context, and instruction to students about how to read in the field. The book's first chapter describes a rationale for reading in the /5(3). (shelved 1 time as humanistic-psychology) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Want to Read saving. able accept adult aesthetic aspect B. F. Skinner basic become behavior believe child client client-centered therapy Coercive Persuasion cognition commitment concept concerned Corliss Lamont creative culture described ecological humanism English & English existence experiencing fact fear feeling freedom functioning goal human humanistic.
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