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Humanism which developed as a reaction to the behaviorism and psychodynamic schools of psychology focuses on ___________________________. A. each person is inherently good, but therapy is needed to
become a healthy individual B. each person is inherently good and motivated to be a healthy functioning individual C. each person is born a blank slate and needs to learn to become a healthy individual D. each person is negatively affected by unconscious thoughts, feelings, and memories
B. each person is inherently good and motivated to be a healthy functioning individual
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User: Which person is most credited with the school of humanistic psychology and the concept of self-actualization? A.Carl Rogers B. Hermann Ebbinghaus C. Abraham Maslow D. Lev Vygotsky

User: Humanism which developed as a reaction to the behaviorism and psychodynamic schools of psychology focuses on ___________________________. A. each person is inherently good, but therapy is needed to become a healthy individual B. each person is inherently good and motivated to be a healthy functioning individual C. each person is born a blank slate and needs to learn to become a healthy individual D. each person is negatively affected by unconscious thoughts, feelings, and memories

Weegy: B. each person is inherently good and motivated to be a healthy functioning individual
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User: Neuroimaging techniques are used by which contemporary perspectives? A. Biological and clinical B. Cognitive, personality and social C. Behavioral neuroscience, biological and cognitive D. Behavioral neuroscience and personality





Weegy: C. Behavioral neuroscience, biological and cognitive
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User: A psychologist is interested in studying how the character traits that a person has inherited influence the ability to handle stress. This study most likely reflects the contemporary __________ perspective. A. Individual differences/personality B.Social C.Cognitive D.Biological

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