Humanistic Approach

What are the two key assumptions of the humanistic approach?
1) Person Centred - studies subjective human experiences. 2) People have freewill and are in control of their behaviour.
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When was the humanistic approach introduced?
1950's
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What is introspection?
A scientific method of analysing mental and emotional states by askingy people to report sensations when given various stimuli.
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Who believed in "Fully Functioning People"?
Carl Rogers
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What are the 5 characteristics of a fully functioning person, according to Rogers?
Open to experience- all emotions are accepted; Existen
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