Existential Psychology: Definitional Considerations and Implications for Scientific Psychology
psychology, existential psychology, scientific psychology, behavior, problem solving
Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social Psychology
"No visitor to a meeting of any psychological society in the last few years can fail to be impressed by the wide diversity of opinion there expressed....The confusion is so great that already leading psychologists have predicted the impending dismemberment of psychology."
Koch notes, "Psychology has not one sure sense of direction but several quite unsure directions. Growth is erratic and there is much casting about for the most crucial problems and the most powerful methods."
Department 1 Awarding Honors Status
Mapes, J. (1962). Existential Psychology: Definitional Considerations and Implications for Scientific Psychology (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/956