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Title The Humanistic movement : recovering the person in psychology / Frederick J. Wertz, editor.
Imprint Lake Worth, FL : Gardner Press, c1994.
Book Jacket
 Main Collection  BF204 .H859 1994    AVAILABLE


Call # BF204 .H859 1994
Phys. Description 380 p. ; 22 cm.
Note "Originally appeared ... as a special issue of The Humanistic psychologist (vol. 20, nos. 2 & 3)"--Pref.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents 13. Brief Overview of Transpersonal Psychology / Edward Bruce Bynum -- 14. The Role of Transpersonal Psychology in Psychology as a Whole: A Discussion / Rollo May, Stanley Krippner and Jacqueline Doyle -- 15. Humanizing Psychological Assessment / Constance Fischer -- 16. Humanistic Contributions to the Field of Psychotherapy: Appreciating the Human and Liberating the Therapist / Anthony Barton -- 17. Secular Humanism and Rational-Emotive Therapy / Albert Ellis -- 18. Andras Angyal, Pioneer in Humanistic Psychotherapy / E. Mark Stern -- 19. Education and the Humanistic Challenge / Anne Richards and Arthur Combs -- 20. The Humanistic Core of Industrial/Organizational Psychology / Frederick Massarik -- 21. Humanistic Psychological Centers for Scholarship and Growth. Humanistic Psychology Archive / David Russell. Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center / Richard Rojcewicz. Center for Studies of the Person / William Stillwell. Esalen and the Growth Centers / Walter Anderson.
22. The Presence of Humanistic Psychologists in the Academy / Scott Churchill -- 23. Whither Humanistic Psychology? / Amedeo Giorgi -- 24. Relational Humanism: A Psychology for a Pluralistic World / Maureen O'Hara -- 25. Celebrations and Problems of Humanistic Psychology / Eugene Gendlin -- 26. Representations of the "Third Force" in History of Psychology Textbooks / Frederick Wertz.
Summary This book is an expanded version of a special issue of The Humanistic Psychologist (Vol. 20, Nos. 2 & 3). Its central claim is to show the contributions the humanistic movement has made and can make to the field of psychology. The material in this volume is now available to a wider audience than the journal subscribers and readers. The book is well-suited as a text for courses in humanistic psychology.
Subject Humanistic psychology.
Alt Author Wertz, Frederick J. (Frederick Joseph), 1951-
ISBN 0898762081 : $24.95