Association for Humanistic Psychology
The Association for Humanistic Psychology is a professional organization in the field of humanistic psychology, founded in 1963. Co-founders of the organization includes psychologist Rollo May. 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.
The Association publishes the Journal of Humanistic Psychology.
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- Conventioneers Come To Grips With Emotions. Chicago Tribune, July 25, 1985.
- Dr. Rollo May Is Dead at 85; Was Innovator in Psychology. New York Times, October 24, 1994