Observations on the Organization of Personality

Observations on the Organization of Personality

Carl Rogers


In various fields of science rapid strides have been made when direct observation of significant processes have become possible. In medicine, when circumstances have permitted the physician to peer directly into the stomach of his patient, understanding of digestive processes has increased and the influence of emotional tension upon all aspects of the process has been more accurately observed ands understood. In our work with nondirective therapy we often feel that we are having a psychological opportunity comparable to this medical experience–an opportunity to observe directly a number of effective processes of personality…


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