Humanistic Perspective Study

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Humanistic perspective studies each uniques person and how their thoughts and behaviors are a result of their feelings about themselves. Humanists, such as Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers, identify basic human needs that need to be met in order for the person to achieve their own version of success and happiness. The behaviorist perspective studies how the environment affects observable behaviors. Famous behaviorist studies conducted by Ivan Pavlov and B.F. Skinner demonstrated how behavior is conditioned by stimuli in the environment. The cognitive perspective focuses on how humans process information. A cognitive psychologist studies memory, perception, and reasoning. Many cognitive psychological studies are used to help teachers
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