13. Theories of Personality
Carl Rogers and the Humanistic Perspective
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Carl Rogers believed that _____ regard is vital to a person's ability to achieve self-actualization.
Toriano's husband tells her how much happier he would be if she stayed home to raise their children. She believes he would stop loving her if she decided to take a job. Toriano's husband is offering
Nesreen believes that humans are in control of their own fates, and that an individual's personality is shaped by the decisions made throughout life. Nesreen's belief in how personality is formed best supports the _____ perspective of personality development.
Maurice has parents who support him no matter what. They continually show him nothing but love, respect, and affection, expecting nothing in return. Carl Rogers would say that Maurice's parents are demonstrating
Which perspective on personality focuses on aspects that make people uniquely human, such as subjective feelings and freedom of choice?
The image of oneself based on information from significant people in one's life is that person's
A person's perception of their actual characteristics, traits, and abilities is called the