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This paper explains how humanistic psychology, an approach to psychology focusing on self-realization and actualization, suggests that individuals have an innate tendency to seek out self-fulfillment and meaning in their lives, but the ability to find a meaningful existence can be impacted by the individual's environment. The paper then explores these ideas and how they relate to the author's own insights and individualization. The theories and ideas of several famous proponents of humanistic psychology are discussed as well.
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Humanistic Psychology (2005, January 19) Retrieved April 22, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/essay/humanistic-psychology-55104/
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