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Overview Papers of Arthur W. Combs, humanistic psychologist, author, educator, and advocate for educational reform.
Dates: 1930 - 1999
Overview The Association for Humanistic Education (AHE) was founded in 1976 to provide a structure for educators to explore—both theoretically and experimentally—the newly emerging field of humanistic education.
Overview Manuscripts, publications, surveys, and audiovisual materials of the Department of Psychology.
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1980-2007; 1963-2015
Overview Doctoral dissertations, funded by Field Psych Trust, an organization founded by Arthur W. Combs, that examine the relationship of perceptual psychology theory to effectiveness in the helping professions.
Overview Dr. Carmi Harari was considered the chief founder of Division 32 (Humanistic Psychology) of the American Psychological Association in 1971. This archival collection consists of his correspondence, papers, programs, and newsletters.
Overview Papers of founding fellow and first elected president (1963-1964) of the American Association for Humanistic Psychology.
Overview Articles, manuscripts, and other papers written by Dr. Jim Klee, a psychology professor at West Georgia College, and collected by his former student Don Schwartz.
Overview Papers of Ilene A. Serlin (1948-) practicing clinical psychologist, dance movement therapist, and professor who has worked both nationally and internationally incorporating creative art practices, most prominently dance movement, into psychotherapy and psychospiritual growth techniques.
Dates: 1969 - 2020