Human Potential Movement

The Human Potential Movement arose out of the intellectual ferment of the 1960's and adopted the concept that all human beings have great untapped potentials. The basic premise of this movement holds that through the development of human potential people can achieve high levels of achievement, satisfaction, creativity and fulfillment. The end result of this desired achievement of maximum human potential was proposed to be wide-spread social change.

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History of Psychology
History of Psychology