The Humanistic Psychologist Journal The official journal of APA's Div. 32 (Society for Humanistic Psychology), The Humanistic Psychologist, is devoted to reflective inquiry into humanistic psychologies, publishing qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research as well as humanistic, existential, constructivist and transpersonal theories and psychotherapies. The journal welcomes phenomenological, hermeneutic, critical, feminist and multicultural perspectives. Journal access is a Div. 32 member benefit.

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As a sample of the kinds of articles published by The Humanistic Psychologist, Div. 32 has provided an epilogue to James A. Beshai's article "King on Love and Justice," published in the journal's Dec. 2017 issue.

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New manuscripts submitted to The Humanistic Psychologist will be handled by the current editor's editorial board. Submissions are welcome at any time.

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