humanistic psychology

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humanistic psychology

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(Psychology) an approach to psychology that emphasizes emotions and the better understanding of the self in terms of observation of oneself and one's relations with others
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Existential-Humanistic Psychology. University of Wisconsin: Brookes/Cole Publishing Company Ltd.
He offers several "antidotes" to the "poison" of terrorism, drawing on his background as a psychologist and police officer, focusing on what he calls "eco-ethological" niches and cues, and relying on existential-humanistic psychology. He examines several situations of both foreign and urban warfare, underscoring the basically unwavering decency of those he sees as courageously fighting for our freedoms.
Heart-Centered therapies are located within the traditions of deep experiential psychotherapy, and existential-humanistic psychology. The first article is The Shamanic Journey.