Non-evidence-based treatment—  Humanistic Theory 

2 Full Well-Written Pages  (Due Tomorrow 10/15/2018 No Later) NO PLAGIARISM


Non-evidence-based treatment—  Humanistic Theory 

Prior to beginning work on this journal, please read Chapter 13 in History and Philosophy of Psychology.  This journal invites you to engage in creative thinking regarding the  future potential for non-evidence-based treatments. Research one of the  non-evidence-based treatments (Humanistic Theory) from the Chung (2012) e-book, summarize  views of this treatment within its historical context, and relate these  views to at least one modern theoretical perspective on psychopathology.  Devise a strategy for transforming the non-evidence-based treatment  into an evidence-based treatment by integrating a specific psychological  theory with new or existing research.

2 Full Well-Written Pages  (Due Tomorrow 10/15/2018 No Later) NO PLAGIARISM


Consider the eras, life histories, and personalities of Freud and Rogers.

Identify two research articles published in the last 5 years: one that investigates a psychoanalytic or Freudian construct and one that investigates a client-centered, humanistic, or Rogerian construct.

Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper about Freud and Rogers that addresses the following:

  • Provide a summary of each article, highlighting the processes that contemporary psychologists use to develop the theories of Freud and Rogers.
  • Explain their views of human nature and their worldviews as expressed in their respective theories.
  • Which aspect of their theory do you think would be different if they were alive and working today?
  • Explain how social and cultural factors influenced the development of Freud’s and Rogers’ respective theories of personality.

Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

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