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نتایج جستجو برای Humanistic marketing

تعداد نتایج: 23293  
2017
Andrew M. Bland, Eugene M. DeRobertis,

The humanistic perspective on personality emphasizes the individualized qualities of optimal well-being and the use of creative potential to benefit others, as well as the relational conditions that promote those qualities as the outcomes of healthy development. The humanistic perspective serves as an alternative to mechanistic and/or reductionistic explanations of personality based on isolated...

2002
Karen Horney, Bernard J. Paris,

[This is a revised version of the chapter on Karen Horney that appeared in Personality and Personal Growth, fourth edition, edited by Robert Frager and James Fadiman, Longman, 1998. It incorporates the expanded section on "The Process of Psychotherapy" that appears in the fifth edition, and it omits various learning aids and "sides" (pertinent quotations in the margins) that are part of the pub...

2017
Abraham Maslow,

This is a concept that is motivatory in terms of behavior and thus is needed for the personal growth of individuals. The humanistic theories are studied in human psychology. This strongly reacts to behaviorism and psychodynamics. This shows that human beings are the ones who decide on the directions that their lives take. Further, these are conscious decisions. The humanistic holistic theories ...

Dear editor Clinical environments encounter is an important part of studying medicine (1). Patient contact as an integral part of medical education occurs in various formats in the clinical settings (2, 3). During clinical training, medical students may experience high levels of stress, and some may not deal with it well. The abruptness of students’ transition to the clinical setting generated ...

2015
Carlo Cellucci,

According to Bernard Williams, philosophy is a humanistic discipline essentially different from the sciences. While the sciences describe the world as it is in itself, independent of perspective, philosophy tries to make sense of ourselves and of our activities. Only the humanistic disciplines, in particular philosophy, can do this, the sciences have nothing to say about it. In this note I poin...

2004

The term ‘third force’ is actually a general categorisation of several orientations and emphases within psychology. The third force may be anything, which is not behaviourism or psychoanalysis. Elements of this third force are humanism, phenomenology, or existentialism. This movement is multifaceted in nature: it consists of diverse, even conflicting components. It is both a reaction to and an ...

2001
Steve Mann,

It is common in the field of human–computer interaction to think of the human and computer as separate entities. (Indeed, the term “HCI” emphasizes this separateness by treating the human and computer as different entities that interact.) However, in HI theory, we prefer not to think of the wearer and the computer with its associated I/O apparatus as separate entities. Instead, we regard the co...

2003
Mohammad Sal Moslehian,

This article is an investigation of humanism in philosophy of mathematics from the point of view of postmodernism. We claim that humanistic mathematics is compatible with postmodernism which is taking over everything we have, do, or wish. Omar Khayyam, an Iranian mathematician and poet: A Book of Verses underneath the Bough, A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread-and Thou Beside me singing in the Wilde...

Since ‘the development of whole person’ was brought to the focus of attention by humanist psychologists as a central concern in educational theory, affective variables have been assumed to have a significant share in the learning process that goes on in a pedagogical setting. Meanwhile, the process of second language development, because of the very nature of language as a vehicle for communica...