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Humanistic psychology focuses upon the experiencing person and his distinctively human qualities--choice, creativity, valuation dignity and worth, and the development of his potentials. Phenomenological psychology studies behavior from the point of view or frame of reference of the behaving person. Both thus emphasize the individual person, rather than group averages or characteristics. Both derive from an existential-phenomenological philosophy of human beings and their worlds.
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