Growth required - (1)Genuineness (2) Accepting (3)UPR
—Maslow and Rogers offered a third-force perspective (to Psychoanalytic & Behaviorism) that emphasized human potential and seeing the world through the person’s (not the researcher’s) eyes
Questioning the Humanistic Perspective
1.Humanistic psychology has a pervasive impact on counseling, education, child-rearing, and management.
2.Concepts in humanistic psychology are vague and subjective and lack scientific basis.Gender identity may develop before 5-6 years of age