Paper on Humanistic Psychology:
Humanistic psychology is the branch of philosophy which dwells on the research of the human behavior and mind from the point of view of psychological ideas and theories. Humanistic psychology is also the branch of the modern psychology which is aimed at the analysis of the sensual structures of the human being. Humanistic psychology researches such objects as the high moral values; self-actualization of personality; creativity, love, freedom, responsibility, autonomy, psychological health, interpersonal relations, etc.
Humanistic psychology appeared in the USA in the end of 1960s on the basis of psychoanalysis and behaviorism and became the so called the third force. The brightest representative of humanistic psychology is Abraham Harold Maslow, who created a special hierarchy of needs known all over the world. This branch of psychology is based on existentialism.