Association for Humanistic Psychology

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The Association for Humanistic Psychology is a professional organization in the field of humanistic psychology, founded in 1963.[1][2][3] Co-founders of the organization includes psychologist Rollo May.[4] It was the primary forum for the humanistic movement in the USA during the 1960s. In 1971 the Association launched the Humanistic Psychology Institute, later known as Saybrook Graduate School.[2]

The Association publishes the Journal of Humanistic Psychology.

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  1. ^ American Psychological Association. PsycEXTRA® Content Owners - International – Associations and Conferences. List current as of July 2014.
  2. ^ a b Aanstoos, C. Serlin, I., & Greening, T. (2000). History of Division 32 (Humanistic Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. In D. Dewsbury (Ed.), "Unification through Division: Histories of the divisions of the American Psychological Association", Vol. V. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  3. ^ Conventioneers Come To Grips With Emotions. Chicago Tribune, July 25, 1985.
  4. ^ Dr. Rollo May Is Dead at 85; Was Innovator in Psychology. New York Times, October 24, 1994

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