Humanistic Psychology

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Founded in the mid-20th-Century, Humanistic Psychology is the psychological perspective that primarily studies the whole person/subject. Psychologists who specialize in this field look at human behavior from both sides of the table. As in not just the observer but through the person they are analyzing. It is generally of the idea that people's behavior is a product of their inner feelings and self-image. Humanists believe that we are not solely the product of our environment, rather they study human meaning and understandings as well as experiences involved in how we grow up. They particularly emphasize love, grief, caring, self worth, and other shared emotions. People who follow this viewpoint however tend to follow the belief that people
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