Born in a small Pennsylvania town. His father was an attorney and his mother was a house wife. Recieved his bachelor's degree in english in hopes of becoming a writer. Got his master's degree in 1931 from Harvard, and his doctorate a year later, both in of psychology.
Was a Humanistic Psychologist. Had belief in the genuine good of a person. Recieved his masters degree at Columbia University in 1928 and his doctorate in 1931. his most recognised books were Client-Centered Therapy, and On Becoming a Person.
Known to be the father of behaviorism because of his oposition to the mainstream psychological view of the unconcious thought. His speach at Columbia University titled 'Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It' has been a referance for Behavioral Psychologists.
Born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1856. Maved to Vienna when he was four. His family was Jewish but he considered himself Atheist. The Interpretation of Dreams was the title of his book that started the Psychoanalytical rage.