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The Journal of Humanistic Psychology is an interdisciplinary forum for contributions, controversies and diverse statements pertaining to humanistic psychology. It addresses personal growth, interpersonal encounters, social problems and philosophical issues.

An international journal of human potential, self-actualization, the search for meaning and social change, the Journal of Humanistic Psychology was founded by Abraham Maslow and Anthony Sutich in 1961. It is the official journal of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, and maintains a close connection with the Saybrook Institute where Thomas Greening, JHP's former editor, is a member of the faculty. You can visit the Saybrook Institute's web site at www.saybrook.edu

Journal of Humanistic Psychology

Spring 1961, Volume 1, No. 1

Anthony J. Sutich
Introduction
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: vii-ix.

Abraham H. Maslow
Health as Transcendence of Environment
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 1-7.

Charlotte Buhler
The Goal Structure of Human Life
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 8-19.

Clark Moustakas
The Sense of Self
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 20-34.

Henry Winthrop
Can We Educate for a Sense of Value?
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 35-47.

Stephen H. Cohen
A Growth Theory of Neurotic Resistance to Therapy
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 48-63.

Franklin J. Shaw
The Problem of Acting and the Problem of Becoming
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 64-69.

Gene F. Nameche
Two Pictures of Man
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 70-88.

David Smillie
The Roots of Personal Existence
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 89-93.

Adrian van Kaam
Humanistic Psychology and Culture
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 94-100.

Horace B. English
Education of the Emotions
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 101-109.

Ernest G. Schachtel
On Alienated Concepts of Identity
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 110-121.


Book Review: Becoming. Basic Considerations for a Psychology of Personality
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 122-128.


October 1961, Volume 1, No. 2

Anthony J. Sutich
Editor's Preface
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: V-VI.

Abraham H. Maslow
Eupsychia—The Good Society1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 1-11.

Dorothy Lee
Autonomous Motivation1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 12-22.

Sidney M. Jourard
Sex in Marriage1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 23-29.

Joe K. Adams
Differentiation and Dedifferentiation in Healthy Functioning
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 30-38.

Edward M. Scott
The Superego and the Alcoholic
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 39-50.

Clyde E. Curran
History and the Creative Individual1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 51-72.

Ronald E. Shor
A Survey of Representative Literature on Freud's Death-Instinct Hypothesis 1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 73-83.

Georgene H. Seward
The Relation Between Psychoanalytic "School" and Value Problems in Therapy1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 84-90.

Frank Barron
Freedom as Feeling1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 91-100.

Anonymous1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 101-102.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: GROWING UP ABSURD. Problems Of Youth In The Organized System by Paul Goodman. New York: Random House, 1960, xvi. 296 pp
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 103-108.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: THE INFORMED HEART. Autonomy In A Mass Age, by Bruno Bettelheim. Glenco, Illinois: The Free Press, 1960, vii, 309 pp
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1961 1: 109-114.


Fall 1962, Volume 2, No. 2

Clark E. Moustakas
Honesty, Idiocy, and Manipulation
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 1-15.

Kurt H. Wolff
Surrender as a Response to our Crisis
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 16-30.

Henry Winthrop
Self-Sacrifice as Autonomy, Ego-Transcendence and Social Interest
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 31-37.

J. F. T. Bugental
Precognitions of a Fossil
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 38-46.

Abraham H. Maslow
Notes on Being-Psychology
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 47-71.

Henry Geiger
Science and Peace
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 72-79.

William L. Kimball
Mental Health and Selective Detachment from Culture
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 80-88.

Lawrence N. Solomon
A Symposium on Human Values
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 89-111.

Robert Vidor
Toward a Humanistic Renaissance in Psychotherapy
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 112-122.

Andras Angyal
Aesthetic Experiences
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 123-125.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: Toward a Psychology of Being
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 126-130.

Book Review: Values in Psychotherapy
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 131-133.

Book Review: Experiencing and the Creation of Meaning
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 134-138.

Book Review: Guiding Creative Talent
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1962 2: 138-142.


Spring 1963, Volume 3, No. 1

James V. Clark
Authentic Interaction and Personal Growth in Sensitivity Training Groups
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 1-13.

Ralph J. Hallman
The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Creativity
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 14-27.

Charlotte Buhler
Questionnaire on Goals and Fulfillments
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 28-34.

Maurice Kahn Temerlin
On Choice and Responsibility in a Humanistic Psychotherapy
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 35-48.

John A. Blazer
An Experimental Evaluation of "Transcendence of Environment"
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 49-53.

Joe K. Adams
The Overemphasis on Sex in Western Civilization: A Point of View
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 54-75.

J. F. T. Bugental and Robert Tannenbaum
Sensitivity Training and Being Motivation
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 76-85.

Arthur Warmoth
The Peak Experience and the Life History
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 86-91.

George A. Muench
A Clinical Psychologist's Treatment of Labor-Management Conflicts: A Four-Year Study
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 92-97.

Henry Winthrop
Blocked Communication and Modern Alienation
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 98-111.

Lloyd N. Jeffrey
Chaucer's Walter: A Study in Emotional Immaturity
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 112-119.

Abraham H. Maslow
Further Notes on the Psychology of Being
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 120-135.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: Collected Papers, I. The Problem of Social Reality
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 136-139.

Book Review: Contemporary Approaches to Creative Thinking
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 139-142.

Book Review: Theories of the Mind
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 142-144.

Book Review: The Birth and Death of Meaning
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 144-146.

Book Review: On Knowing: Essays for the Left Hand
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 146-148.

Book Review: Of Time, Work and Leisure
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 148-150.

Fall 1963, Volume 3, No. 2

Anthony J. Sutich
Charlotte Bühler Anniversary Issue
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 1-2.

Lotte Schenk-Danzinger
Fundamental Ideas and Theories in Charlotte Bühler's Lifework
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 3-9.

Marianne Frostig
Implications of Developmental Diagnosis of Children With Learning Difficulties and Applications in the Normal Classroom
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 10-19.

Rudolf Ekstein
Pleasure and Reality, Play and Work, Thought and Action-Variations Of and On a Theme
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 20-31.

Henry J. Wegrocki
Vicissitudes of Trauma
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 32-43.

Wally Reichenberg-Hackett
A Sociometric Technique for Preschool Children and Its Use in the Study of Individual Child Behavior
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 44-59.

Liselotte Frankl
Development of Object Constancy: Stages in the Recogniton of the Baby's Feeding Bottle
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 60-71.

Carl R. Rogers
Toward a Science of the Person
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 72-92.

Willis W. Harman
Some Aspects of the Psychedelic-Drug Controversy
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 93-107.

Richard W. Kilby
Personal Values of Indian and American University Students
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 108-145.

Paul S. Kurtz
Similarities and Differences Between Religious Mysticism and Drug-Induced Experiences
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 146-154.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: Phenomenology and the Human Sciences: A Contribution to a New Scientific Ideal
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1963 3: 155-161.

Spring 1964, Volume 4, No. 1

Charlotte Buhler
The Human Course of Life in its Goal Aspects
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 1-18.

J. F. T. Bugental
The Third Force in Psychology
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 19-26.

Joe K. Adams
Deception and Intrigue in So-Called "Mental Illness"
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 27-38.

Hobart F. Thomas
Self-Actualization through the Group Experience
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 39-44.

Abraham H. Maslow
Further Notes on the Psychology of Being
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 45-58.

Dan I. Slobin
The Fruits of the First Season: A Discussion of the Role of Play in Childhood
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 59-79.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: The Encapsulated Man
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 80-81.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: Towards a Measure of Man
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 81-82.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: Problematic Rebel
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 82-83.

Fall 1964, Volume 4, No. 2

Erratum
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: IV-1.

James J. Asher
Toward a Neo-Field Theory of Behavior
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 85-94.

Allen E. Bergin
Psychology as a Science of Inner Experience
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 95-103.

Maurice Friedman
Existential Psychotherapy and the Image of Man
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 104-117.

Walter O'Connell
Practicing Christianity and Humanistic Identification
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 118-129.

Kenneth A. Fisher
Stanislavski and Psychotherapy
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 130-138.

Adah Maurer
Did Little Hans Really Want to Marry His Mother?
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 139-148.

G. William Domhoff
A Paper-and-Pencil Study of Fromm's Humanistic Psychoanalysis
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 149-153.

Robert E. Kantor
Theoretical and Practical Considerations of Extreme Regression in Reactive Schizophrenics
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 154-164.

Henry Winthrop
Word-Magic: The Dehumanization of Clinical Diagnosis
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 165-175.

Henry Winthrop
Book Review: Abundance For What? And Other Essays
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 176-177.

Book Review: The Transparent Self
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 177-179.

J. F.T. Bugental
The Persons behind the Ideas
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1964 4: 181-183.


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1965, Volume 5, No. 1

Carl R. Rogers
Some Questions and Challenges Facing a Humanistic Psychology
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 1-5.

Durganand Sinha
Integration of Modern Psychology With Indian Thought
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 6-17.

Arthur Warmoth
A Note on the Peak Experience as a Personal Myth
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 18-21.

Ronald P. Hattis
Love Feelings in Courtship Couples: an Analysis
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 22-53.

Charlotte Buhler
Some Observations on the Psychology of the Third Force
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 54-56.

Joe K. Adams
The Neglected Psychology of Cowardice
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 57-69.

Denis O'Donovan and T. Gale Thompson
Control, Freedom, and Science
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 70-81.

Abraham S. Luchins and Edith H. Luchins
Some Approaches to Studying the Individual
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 82-90.

A.W. Landfield
Franklin J. Shaw: the Emergence of Man and Theory1
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 91-102.

Henry Winthrop
Book Reviews : Abraham H. Maslow. Religions, Values and Peak Experiences. Colum bus, Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 1964. 123 pp
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 103-107.

Charlotte Buhler
Book Review : Abraham H. Maslow. Religions, Values and Peak Experiences. Colum bus, Ohio : Ohio State University Press, 1964. 123 pp
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 108-110.

J.F.T. Bugental
The Persons Behind the Ideas
Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1965 5: 111-113.




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