COMPARATIVE VIEW OF TWO DINSTINCT SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY BEHAVIOURISM AND HUMANISM
In this paper, it is tried to explain the first force (Behaviourism) and the third force (Humanistic Psychology) and, compare differences and similarities between them. Each school of thought in psychology was sometimes born as a reaction to the previous ones or a new version of them. Although behaviourism is very popular, reactions to it and alternative thoughts are also strong in modern psychology.
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This third paradigm within psychology simply challenges the individual to become what he or she already is and to grow on from there.
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