Carl Rogers

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Noun1.Carl Rogers - United States psychologist who developed client-centered therapy (1902-1987)
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Carl Rogers, Steve Hole and Scott Ryan netted for the Shropshire side who have now won their last three games to ease their relegation worries.
Learner-Centered Pedagogy: Principles and Practice " by Kevin Klipfel (a lecturer in moral, political, and existential philosophy at Virginia Tech) and Dani Cook (Director of Teaching and Learning, University of Califronia--Riverside) is practice-based handbook that draws on the research of the humanistic psychologist and educator Carl Rogers to present an empathetic approach to information literacy sessions, reference service, and outreach.
Carl Rogers, videographer in the media resources centre at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, was praised for his "sensitivity and professionalism" by bosses at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.
CARL ROGERS, considered the founder of humanistic psychology, was born in Oak Park, Illinois, on January 8, 1902.
Carl Rogers I enjoy Sundays then Saturdays - I think they need to consider the impact on the fans in the local area.
Offering previously unpublished writings by Carl Rogers, the founder of humanistic psychology, this book places Rogers in conversation with his long-time student Harold Lyon (University of Massachusetts).
Esta proposta vem sendo elaborada pelo autor e outros atores sociais desde a decada de sessenta, num momento historico em que houve uma emergencia dos grupos terapeuticos e quando os grupos de encontros de Carl Rogers representaram uma proposta significativa para os trabalhos da psicologia clinica.
El desarrollo humano proviene de la psicologia humanista, una escuela contraria al psicoanalisis y el conductismo, que data de mas de 45 anos y que se centra en el crecimiento personal y la autorrealizacion cuyos fundadores fueron Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, Viktor Frankl, Alfred Adler y Stanislav Grof, quienes sentaron las bases para la escuela desarrollista mexicana impulsada principalmente por Carl Rogers, el mentor principal en el pais.
Peter Lambert contributed 38 but Carl Rogers was the main man for the visitors, hitting a terrific 173 which included 24 fours and four sixes before being caught and bowled by Symington.
Earlier, Carl Rogers made a magnificent 173, which included 24 fours and four sixes, and Matthew Warnes 71 as Norfolk declared their second innings on 397-7 after 82.
Carl Rogers grabbed a consolation score for the visitors.
Most Protestant seminaries relied on the humanistic psychology pioneered by Carl Rogers, whereas Petigny argues that a Freudian approach is more compatible with Christianity.