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  1. Meaning in Positive and Existential Psychology presents a broad overview of contemporary empirical research and theoretical work on the meaning/purpose in life construct from two perspectives ...

  2. Meaning in Positive and Existential Psychology presents a broad overview of contemporary empirical research and theoretical work on the meaning/purpose in life construct from two perspectives ...

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  4. Question 1. The characteristics of self-actualizing people include they take themselves the way they are, their lives are free of guilt, and have a sense of realism. These characteristics are important because they enable individuals to view things realistically and rationally. Question 2. One of the strengths of humanistic theory is that it ...

  5. Humanistic and Existential Psychology are influential of each other, both include the “meaning of our existence, the role of free will, and the uniqueness of each human” (Burger, 2015) This paper will review three articles written by influential psychologists of their time, Maslow, Rogers, and Frankl.

  6. Mar 26, 2019 · The Death of Meaning. Embracing cultural worldviews and acquiring self-esteem in the context of them enables humans to function day to day with a fair degree of psychological equanimity.

    • Sheldon Solomon, Jeff Greenberg
    • 2019
  7. May 16, 2013 · Humanistic and Existential Personality Theories. A personality is similar to a fingerprint, it is distinctive. The Humanistic and Existential. Theories of personality illustrate self-actualization, motivation, existentialism and person-centered theory. Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs explicate the humanistic theory of motivation.