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    Humanistic Psychology and Contextual Behavioral Perspectives 

    Hayes, Steven C. (2012)
    Humanistic psychology historically defined itself in part by its opposition to behavioral psychology, but the conditions now exist for a fundamental reconsideration of the relationship between these two traditions. Behavioral ...
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    The Choice Humanistic Psychology Faces 

    Hayes, Steven C. (2012)
    The articles in this series document common interests around traditionally humanistic topics, but they do not yet show that a genuine dialogue is underway. Humanistic psychology needs to decide if a dialogue is in their ...