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This paper discusses Carl Rogers, a prominent American psychologist who is best known for being one of the founding fathers of the humanist approach to psychology. The paper discusses Rogers' personal background and focuses on his achievements in the realm of psychology. The paper looks at the highlights of his career, including books that he wrote and studies that he conducted.
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- Pitts, Carl E., Rogers, Carl. (1973): "Twelve Years Later: A Reply to Carl Rogers." Journal of Humanistic Psychology. Vol. 13(1), p.p. 75-84.
- Rogers, Car. (1939): Clinical Treatment of the Problem Child. London: Constable.
- Rogers, Carl. (1942): Counseling and Psychotherapy: New Concepts in Practice. London: Constable.
- Rogers, Carl. (1942): "The Practice of Clinical Psychology." Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. Vol. 37(2), p.p. 286-287.
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