Why Humanistic Psychology is Still Relevant

The development of humanistic psychology began in the late 1950s and was ‘born’ in the early 1960s. Given the time that humanistic psychology grew, there’s no doubt that it informed the civil rights movement. However, some say that humanistic psychology peaked in the 1970s. An article last year in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology argued that humanistic psychology is, in fact, more […]

Some Key Differences between a Happy Life and a Meaningful Life

I saw a tweet earlier today from Jennifer Aaker, who’s a Professor of Marketing at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, that linked to a paper she was a contributing author to: “Some key differences between a happy and a meaningful life.” When I clicked over to see the paper, it got me pretty excited or […]