Carl Rogers' Theories: Overview


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Carl Rogers was part of what movement in psychology?

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1. Which of the following does not describe a core condition in Rogers' person-centered therapy?

2. Which of the following correctly defines unconditional positive regard?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet will assess what you have learned about Carl Rogers and the role he played as a pioneer in humanistic psychology. Topics you will need to know to pass the quiz include humanism and person-centered therapy.

Quiz &Worksheet Goals

In this quiz, you will be tested on your ability to:

  • Describe core conditions in person-centered therapy
  • Know what movement Carl Rogers was a part of
  • Define unconditional positive regard
  • Know the differences and similarities between psychoanalysis and person-centered therapy
  • Know criticisms of person-centered therapy

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet allow you to test the following skills:

  • Distinguishing differences- compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as person-centered therapy and psychoanalysis
  • Knowledge application-use your knowledge to answer questions about humanism
  • Information recall- access the knowledge you have gained regarding Rogers' theories of psychology

Additional learning

To learn more about the role Carl Rogers played in the humanistic movement in psychology, read the accompanying lesson on Carl Rogers' Psychology Theories. This lesson will go over the following topics:

  • Discuss Carl Rogers and his role in humanism and humanistic psychology
  • Define person-centered therapy
  • Discuss the differences in psychoanalysis and person-centered therapy
  • Examine the criticisms of person-centered therapy
  • Discuss Carl Rogers' beliefs about the classroom environment as it relates to learning