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Carl Rogers

CARL ROGERS

Carl Rogers, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri’nde, 1902 yılında doğmuştur. Çocukluğunda, tutucu ve Protestan olan ebeveyni tarafından, onların kurallarına göre yaşamaya zorlanmış ve yalnız, yalıtılmış bir çocukluk yaşamıştır. Gençlik yıllarında, bir süre din eğitimi alan Rogers, 22 yasındayken New York’ta bir dinbilim konferansına katıldığında, kendisini ebeveyninin kökten inançlarından kurtarıp, dinbilimle uğraşmanın ilgi alanına girmediğini anlamıştır.

Rogers, 1931 yılında, Columbia Üniversitesi’nin Öğretmenler Fakültesi’nden klinik ve eğitim psikolojisi alanlarından doktora derecesi almıştır. Bu üniversitedeki eğitimi sırasında, John Dewey ve Leta Hollingworth’un klinik alanındaki çalışmalarından etkilenmiştir. Tamamladığı doktorasının ardından Institute for Child Guidance’de ve Rochester Guidance Center’da görev yapan Rogers, 1940 yılında, bir çağrı üzerine Ohio State Üniversitesi’nde profesörü olarak çalışmaya başlamıştır. Bu görevi sırasında, kuramları hakkında oldukça bilgili olan öğrencilerinden bir çok şey öğrenen Rogers, yeni bir kuram geliştirmeye başladığını fark etmiştir (Karahan & Sardoğan, 2004, s. 82).

1942 yılında “Danışmanlık ve Psikoterapi” adli yapıtını yayınlayan Rogers bu yapıtında, psikolojik danışmada, danışman kişinin sahip olması gereken özellikleri belirtmiştir. Rogers, 1945 yılında Chicago Üniversitesi’nde görev almış ve bir psikolojik danışma merkezi kurmuştur. 1957 yılında Wisconsin Üniversitesi’ne geçen Rogers, burada hastanede tedavi gören şizofren hastalara Danışan Merkezli Terapi’yi uygulamış ve özellikle içedonuk olan ve konuşmayan psikotik hastalarda, empatik anlayış yoluyla kurulan etkileşim sayesinde çok olumlu sonuçlar elde etmiştir (Karahan & Sardoğan, 2004, s. 83). Rogers; 1951 yılında (Chicago Üniversitesi’nde çalıştığı dönemde yaptığı araştırmaların ürünü olan) “Danışanı Merkez Alan Terapi”, 1961 yılında “İnsan Olma Üzerine”, 1969 yılında “Öğrenme Özgürlüğü”, 1970 yılında “Carl Rogers ve Etkileşim Grupları” ile 1972 yılında “Eş Olma Üzerine; Evlilik ve Benzeri İlişkiler” isimli yapıtlarını yayınlamıştır.

 

 

 

Rogers, Carl R. “An Experiment in Christian Internationalism.” The Intercollegian (YMCA) 39, no. 9 (1922).

Rogers, Carl, with C. W. Carson. “Intelligence as a Factor in Camping Activities.” Camping Magazine 3, no. 3 (1930): 8-11.

Rogers, Carl R. “Personality Adjustment Inventory.” New York: Association Press, 1931. (Slightly revised form of “Test of Personality Adjustment,” 1931).

Rogers, Carl R. “A Test of Personality Adjustment.” New York: Association Press, 1931.

Rogers, Carl R., and Mitchell E. Rappaport. “We Pay for the Smiths.” Survey Graphic 19 (1931): 508.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Good Foster Home: Its Achievements and Limitations.” Mental Hygiene 17 (1933): 21-40. Also published in Readings in Social Case Work. Ed. F. Lowry. Columbia: Columbia University Press, 1933.

Rogers, Carl R. “Social Workers and Legislation.” Quarterly Bulletin, New York State Conference on Social Work, Syracuse (1936): 48-54.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Clinical Psychologist’s Approach to Personality Problems.” The Family (1937): 18, 233, 243.

Rogers, Carl R. “Three Surveys of Treatment Measures Used with Children.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 7, no. 1 (1937): 48-57.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Diagnostic Study of Rochester Youth.” New York State Conference on Social Work, Syracuse (1938): 48-54.

Rogers, Carl R. “Authority and Case Work — Are They Compatible?” Quarterly Bulletin, New York State Conference on Social Work, Albany (1939): 16-24.

Rogers, Carl R. “Needed Emphasis in the Training of Clinical Psychologists.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 3 (1939): 141-143.

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Rogers, Carl R. “The Process of Therapy.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 4, no. 5 (1940): 161-164.

Rogers, Carl R. “Psychology in Clinical Practice.” In Psychology in Use. Ed. J. S. Gray. New York: American Book Company, 1941.

Rogers, Carl R., and Chester C. Bennett. “The Clinical Significance of Problem Syndromes.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 11, no. 2 April (1941): 222-229.

Rogers, Carl R., and Chester C. Bennett. “Predicting the Outcomes of Treatment.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 11, no. 2 April (1941): 210-221.

Rogers, Carl R. “Mental Health Problems in Three Elementary Schools.” Educational Research Bulletin 21 (1942): 69-79.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Psychologist’s Contributions to Parent, Child, and Community Problems.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 6, no. 1 (1942): 8-18.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Use of Electrically Recorded Interviews in Improving Psychotherapeutic Techniques.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 12, no. 3 (1942): 429-434.

Rogers, Carl R., and T. C. Holy, et al. “A Study of the Mental Health Problems in Three Representative Elementary Schools.” In A Study of Health and Physical Education in Columbus Public Schools, Ohio State University Bureau of Education Research Monograph 25 (1942): 130-161.

Rogers, Carl R. “Therapy in Guidance Clinics.” Journal of Abnormal Social Psychology 38, (1943): 284-289. Also published in Readings in Clinical Psychology. Ed. R. Watson. New York: Harper and Row, 1943.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Development of Insight in a Counseling Relationship.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 8, no. 6 (1944): 331-341.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Psychological Adjustments of Discharged Service Personnel.” Psychological Bulletin 41, no. 10 (1944): 689-696.

Rogers, Carl R. “Wartime Issues in Family Counseling.” Journal of Home Economics 36, no. 7 (1944): 390-393.

Rogers, Carl R. “Counseling.” Review of Educational Research 15 (1945): 155-163.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Counseling Viewpoint for the USO Worker.” USO Program Services Bulletin, 1945.

Rogers, Carl R. “Dealing with Individuals in USO. USO Program Services Bulletin, 1945.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Non-Directive Method As a Technique for Social Research.” American Journal of Sociology 50 (1945): 279-283.

Rogers, Carl R., R. Dicks, and S. B. Wortis. “Current Trends in Counseling, A Symposium.” Marriage and Family Living 7 no. 4, 1945.

Rogers, Carl R., and V. M. Axline. “Teacher-Therapist Deals with a Handicapped Child.” Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 40, no. 2 (1945): 119-142.

Rogers, Carl R. “Psychometric Tests and Client-Centered Counseling.” Educational Psychological Measurement 6 (1946): 139-144.

Rogers, Carl R. “Recent Research in Nondirective Therapy and Its Implications.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 16 (1946): 581-588.

Rogers, Carl R. “Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy.” American Psychologist 1, no. 10 (1946): 415-422.

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Rogers, Carl R., and G. A. Muench. “Counseling of Emotional Blocking in an Aviator.” Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 41 (1946): 207-216.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Case of Mary Jane Tilden.” In Casebook of Nondirective Counseling. Ed. W. U. Snyder. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947.

Rogers, Carl R. “Current Trends in Psychotherapy.” In Current Trends in Psychology. Ed. W. Dennis. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1947.

Rogers, Carl R. “Research in Psychotherapy: Round Table.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 18 (1947): 96-100.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Observations on the Organization of Personality.” American Psychologist 2 (1947): 358-368. Also published in The Phenomenological Problem. Ed. A. Kuenzli. New York: Harper and Row.

Rogers, Carl R. “Dealing with Social Tensions: A Presentation of Client-Centered Counseling as a Means of Handling Interpersonal Conflict.” Pastoral Psychology 3, no. 28 (1948): 14-20; and 3, no. 29 (1948): 37-44.

Rogers, Carl R. “Divergent Trends in Methods of Improving Adjustment.” Harvard Educational Review 18, no. 4 (1948): 209-219.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Implications of Client-Centered Counseling for College Personnel Work.” Educational and Psychological Measurement 8, no. 3, Part 2 (1948): 540-549.

Rogers, Carl, Bill L. Kell, and Helen McNeil. “The Role of Self-Understanding in the Prediction of Behavior.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 12 (1948): 174-186.

Rogers, Carl. “The Attitude and Orientation of the Counselor in Client-Centered Therapy.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 13 (1949): 82-94.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Coordinated Research in Psychotherapy: A Non-Objective Introduction.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 13 (1949): 149-153.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Therapy: A Helping Process.” The University of Chicago Round Table 698 (1950): 12-21.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Current Formulation of Client-Centered Therapy, A.” The Social Science Review 24, no. 4 (1950): 442-450.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Significance of the Self-Regarding Attitudes and Perceptions.” In Feelings and Emotions. Ed. M. L. Reymert. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1950. Also published in Readings in the Psychology of Adjustment. Ed. L. Gorlow and W. Katkovsky. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1959.

Rogers, Carl R. “What Is to Be Our Basic Professional Relationship?” Annals of Allergy 8 (1950): 234-239, 286. Also published in Psychology, Psychiatry, and the Public Interest. Ed. M. H. Krout. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 1956.

Rogers, Carl R., D. G. Marquis, and E. R. Hilgard. “ABEPP Policies and Procedures.” American Psychologist 5 (1950): 407-408.

Rogers, Carl R., and R. Becker. “A Basic Orientation for Counseling.” Pastoral Psychology 1, no. 1 (1950): 26-34.

Rogers, Carl R. “Perceptual Reorganization in Client-Centered Therapy.” In Perception: An Approach to Personality. Ed. R. R. Blake and G. V. Ramsey. New York: Ronald Press, 1951.

Rogers, Carl R. “Through the Eyes of a Client.” Pastoral Psychology 2, no. 16 (1951): 32-40; no. 17 (1951): 45-50; no. 18 (1951): 26-32.

Rogers, Carl R. “Where Are We Going in Clinical Psychology?” Journal of Consulting Psychology 15 (1951): 171-177.

Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Psychotherapy.” Scientific American, 187, 1952, 1-7.

Rogers, Carl R. “Communication: Its Blocking and Its Facilitation.” Northwestern University Information 20, no. 25 (1952): 9-15.

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Rogers, Carl R. “A Personal Formulation of Client-Centered Therapy.” Marriage and Family Living 14, no. 4 (1952): 341-361. Also published in Readings in Marriage Counseling. Ed. C. E. Vincent. New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1957.

Rogers, Carl R., and F.J. Roethlisberger. “Barriers and Gateways to Communication.” Harvard Business Review July/August (1952): 28-34. Also published in Harvard Business Review (1988): 19-25.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Interest in the Practice of Psychotherapy.” American Psychologist 8, (1953): 48-50.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Research Program in Client-Centered Therapy.” Psychiatric Treatment, Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease 21 (1953): 106-113.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Directions and End Points in Therapy.” In Psychotherapy: Theory and Research. Ed. O. H. Mowrer. New York: Ronald Press, 1953.

Rogers, Carl R., et al. “Removing the Obstacles to Good Employee Communications.” Management Record 15, no. 1 (1953): 9-11, 32-40.

Rogers, Carl R. “Becoming a Person. Two Lectures Delivered on the Nellie Heldt Lecture Fund.” Oberlin College Nellie Heldt Lecture Series. Oberlin, Ohio: Oberlin Printing Co. 1954.

Rogers, Carl R. “Studies in Client-Centered Psychotherapy III: The Case of Mrs. Oak — A Research Analysis.” Psychological Service Center Journal, 3, (1954):47-165. Also published in Psychotherapy and Personality Change. Ed. C. R. Rogers and R. F. Dymond. University of Chicago Press, 1954.

Rogers, Carl R. “Towards a Theory of Creativity.” ETC: A Review of General Semantics 11 (1954): 249-260.

Rogers, Carl R., et al. “Studies in Client-Centered Psychotherapy I: Developing a Program of Research in Psychotherapy.” Psychological Service Center Journal 3 (1951): 3-28. Also published in Psychotherapy and Personality Change. Ed. C. R. Rogers and R. F. Dymond. University of Chicago Press, 1954.

Rogers, Carl R. “Facilitation of Personal Growth.” The School Counselor 2, no. 1, January 1955.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Personal View of Some Issues Facing Psychologists.” American Psychologist 10, no. 6 (1955): 1-12.

Rogers, Carl R. “Personality Change in Psychotherapy.” The International Journal of Social Psychiatry 1 (1955): 31-41.

Rogers, Carl R. “Persons or Science? A Philosophical Question.” American Psychologist 10, no. 7 (1955): 267-278.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Theory.” Journal of Counseling Psychology 3, no. 2 (1956): 115-120.

Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Therapy: A Current View.” In Progress in Psychotherapy. Ed. Frieda Fromm-Reichmann and Jacob Levi Moreno. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1956.

Rogers, Carl R. “Counseling Approach to Human Problems, A.” The American Journal of Nursing 56 (1956): 994-997.

Rogers, Carl R. “Implications of Recent Advances in the Prediction and Control of Behavior.” Teachers College Record 57 (1956): 316-322.

Rogers, Carl R. “Intellectualized Psychotherapy: Review of George Kelly’s ‘The Psychology of Personal Constructs.’” The Psychology of Personal Constructs, Contemporary Psychology 1, no. 12 (1956): 357f.

Rogers, Carl R. “Review of Reinhold Niebuhr’s, ‘The Self and the Dramas of History.’” Chicago Theological Seminary Register 46 (1956): 13-14.

Rogers, Carl R. “What It Means to Become a Person.” In The Self. Ed. C. E. Moustakes. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1956.

Rogers, Carl R., et al. “Behavior Theories and a Counseling Case.” Journal of Counseling Psychology 3 (1956): 107-124.

Rogers, Carl R. “Becoming a Person.” In Healing, Human and Divine. Ed. S. Doniger. New York: Association Press, 1957. Reprinted from “Becoming a Person,” Oberlin College Nellie Heldt Lecture Series. Oberlin, Ohio: Oberlin Printing Co. 1954.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Therapeutic Personality Change.” Journal of Consulting Psychology 21, no. 2 (1957): 95-103.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Note on the Nature of Man.” Journal of Counseling Psychology 4 (1957): 199-203.

Rogers, Carl R. “Personal Thoughts on Teaching and Learning.” Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 3 (1957): 241-243. Also published in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

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Rogers, Carl R. “A Therapist’s View of the Good Life.” The Humanist, no. 5, 1957, 291-300. Also published in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989; also expanded and published in Rogers, Carl R. On Becoming a Person: a Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1961.

Rogers, Carl R. “Training Individuals to Engage in the Therapeutic Process.” In Psychology and Mental Health. Ed. C. R. Strother. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 1957.

Rogers, Carl R., and Richard E. Farson. “Active Listening.” [1957]. In Communication in Business Today. Ed. R. G. Newman, M. A. Danziger, and M. Cohen. Washington, D.C.: Heath and Company, 1987.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Characteristics of a Helping Relationship.” Personnel and Guidance Journal 37, no. 1 (1958): 6-16.

Rogers, Carl R. “Concluding Comment of Discussion of R. Niebuhr’s, ‘The Self and the Dramas of History.’” Pastoral Psychology 9, no. 85 (1958): 15-17.

Rogers, Carl R. “Listening and Understanding.” The Friend 116, no. 40, 3 October 1958, 1248-1251.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Process Conception of Psychotherapy.” American Psychologist 13 (1958): 142-149.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Way to Do Is to Be. Review of ‘Existence: A New Dimension in Psychiatry and Psychology.’” In Contemporary Psychology 4. Ed. Rollo May, Ernest Angel, and Henri F. Ellenberger. New York: Basic Books, 1958, 196-197. Also published in Carl Rogers: Dialogues. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. Chapter in Great Cases in Psychoanalysis. Ed. H. Greenwald. New York: Ballantine, 1959.

Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Therapy.” In American Handbook of Psychiatry, Vol. 3. Ed. Silvano Arieti. New York: Basic Books, 1959. Also published in Carl Rogers: Dialogues. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “Comments on Cases.” In Critical Incidents in Psychotherapy. Ed. S. Standal and R. Corsini. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1959.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Essence of Psychotherapy: A Client-Centered View.” Annals of Psychotherapy 1 (1959): 51-57.

Rogers, Carl R. “Lessons I Have Learned in Counseling with Individuals.” Modern School Practices, Series 3, Counseling Points of View. Ed. W. E. Dugan. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 1959, 14-26.

Rogers, Carl R. “Significant Learning in Therapy and in Education.” Educational Leadership 16 (1959): 232-242

Rogers, Carl R. “A Tentative Scale for the Measurement of Process in Psychotherapy.” In Research in Psychotherapy. Ed. E. Rubinstein and M. B. Parloff. (Proceedings of a conference in Washington D. C., April 9-12, 1958). Washington D. C.: American Psychological Association, 1959, 96-107.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Theory of Therapy, Personality, and Interpersonal Relationships, as Developed in the Client-Centered Framework.” In Psychology, A Study of a Science. Vol. III: Formulations of the Person and the Social Context. Ed. Sigmund Koch. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1959.

Rogers, Carl, Madge K. Lewis, and John M. Shlien. “Time Limited, Client-Centered Psychotherapy: Two Cases.” In Case Studies in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Ed. Arthur Burton. New York: Prentice Hall, 1959.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Significant Trends in the Client-Centered Orientation.” In Progress in Clinical Psychology, Vol. IV. Ed. Daniel Brower and Leonard E. Abt. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc., 1960.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Therapist’s View of Personal Goals.” Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill, 1960.

Rogers, Carl R., Alan W. Walker, and Richard A Rablen. “Development of a Scale to Measure Process Changes in Psychotherapy.” Journal of Clinical Psychology 16, no. 1 (1960): 79-85.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Developing Values of the Growing Person.” The Psychiatric Institute Bulletin, University of Wisconsin 1, no. 13 (1961).

Rogers, Carl R. “Ellen West and Loneliness.” Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry 1, no. 2 (1961): 94-101. Also published in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “Introduction to the Symposium.” The Psychiatric Institute Bulletin, University of Wisconsin 1, no. 10(a) (1961).

Rogers, Carl R. “The Loneliness of Contemporary Man, As Seen in the Case of Ellen West.” Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry 1, no. 2 (1961): 94-101.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Meaning of the Good Life.” In Reconstruction in Religion: A Symposium. Ed. A. E. Kuenzli. Boston: Beacon, 1961.

Rogers, Carl R. “Panel Presentation: The Client-Centered Approach to Certain Questions Regarding Psychotherapy.” Annals of Psychotherapy 2, (1961): 51-53.

Rogers, Carl R. “Personal Adjustment Inventory, a Series of Character and Personality Tests, A Manual of Directions.” New York: Associated Press, 1961.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Place of the Person in the New World of Behavioral Sciences.” Personnel and Guidance Journal 39, no. 6 (1961): 442-451. Also published as “The Behavioral Sciences and the Person” in Rogers, Carl R., On Becoming a Person. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1961.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Potential of the Human Individual. The Capacity for Becoming Fully Functioning.” In The Conception of Man. Ed. Arthur Burton. (1961). Also published in Journal of Education 22 (1964/65): 1-14.

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Rogers, Carl R. “The Process Equation of Psychotherapy.” American Journal of Psychotherapy 15, no. 1 (1961): 27-45. Also published in Hart, Joseph T. and T. M. Tomlinson. New Directions in Client-Centered Therapy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Theory of Personality with Schizophrenics and a Proposal for Its Empirical Investigation.” In Psychotherapy with Schizophrenics. Ed. J. G. Dawson, H. K. Stone, and N. P. Dellis. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1961.

Rogers, Carl R. “Two Divergent Trends.” In Existential Psychology. New York: Random House, Inc., 1961.

Rogers, Carl R. “What We Know About Psychotherapy.” Pastoral Psychology 12 (1961): 31-38.

Rogers, Carl R. “Comment on Article by F. L. Vance.” Journal of Counseling Psychology 9, (1962): 16-17.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Interpersonal Relationship: The Core of Guidance.” Harvard Educational Review 32, no. 4 (1962): 416-429.

Rogers, Carl R. “Niehbuhr on the Nature of Man.” In The Nature of Man. Ed. S. Doniger. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1962.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Learnings from a Study of Psychotherapy with Schizophrenics.” Pennsylvania Psychiatric Quarterly, Summer (1962): 3-15.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Study of Psychotherapeutic Change in Schizophrenics and Normals: The Design and Instrumentation.” Psychiatric Research Reports 15 (1962): 51-60.

Rogers, Carl R. “Toward Becoming a Fully Functioning Person.” In Perceiving, Behaving, Becoming, 1962 Yearbook. Ed. A. W. Combs. Washington, DC: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1962.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Actualizing Tendency in Relation to ‘Motives’ and to Consciousness.” In Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Ed. Marshall R. Jones. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1963.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Concept of the Fully Functioning Person.” Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice 1, no. 1 (1963): 17-26. Also published in a revised version: “Chapter 14, The Goal: The Fully Functioning Person,” in: Rogers, Carl R. Freedom to Learn: A View of What Education Might Become. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1969. And in Rogers, Carl R. Freedom to Learn for the 80s. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1983.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Learning to Be Free.” In Conflict and Creativity: Control of the Mind. Ed. Seymour M. Farber and Robert H. Wilson. New York: McGraw Hill, 1963. Also published in Rogers, Carl R. and Barry Stevens. Person to Person: The Problem of Being Human. Walnut Creek, CA: Real People Press, 1967.

Rogers, Carl R. “Psychotherapy Today. Or, Where Do We Go from Here?” American Journal of Psychotherapy 17, no. 1 (1963): 5-16.

Rogers, Carl R. “Toward a Science of the Person.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 3 Fall (1963). Also published in Behaviorism and Phenomenology: Contrasting Bases for Modern Psychology. Ed. T. W. Wann. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964.

Rogers, Carl R. “Freedom and Commitment.” The Humanist 24, no. 2 (1964): 37-40. Also published as Chapter 13 in Rogers, Carl R. Freedom to Learn: A View of What Education Might Become. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1969. And in Rogers, Carl L. Freedom to Learn for the 80s. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1983.

Rogers, Carl R. “Toward a Modern Approach to Values: The Valuing Process in the Mature Person.” Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 68, no. 2 (1964): 160-167.

Rogers, Carl R. “An Afternoon with Carl Rogers.” Explorations 3, (1965): 104.

Rogers, Carl R. “Can We Meet the Need for Counseling? A Suggested Plan.” Marriage and Family 2, no. 3 September (1965): 4-6.

Rogers, Carl R. “Dealing with Psychological Tensions.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 1, no. 1 (1965): 6-24.

Rogers, Carl R. “Foreword” in Anderson, H. Creativity in Childhood Adolescence. Palo Alto, CA: Science and Behavior Books, 1965.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Humanistic Conception of Man.” In Science and Human Affairs. Ed. Richard Farson. Palo Alto: Science and Behavior Books, 1965. Also published in Marriage and Family in a Decade of Change. Ed. G. B. Carr. Reading: Addison-Wesley, 1972.

Rogers, Carl R. “Psychology and Teacher Training.” In Five Fields and Teacher Education. Ed. D. B. Gowan and C. Richardson. Ithaca, NY: Project One Publications, Cornell University, 1965.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Questions and Challenges Facing a Humanistic Psychology.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 5 Spring (1965): 105-107.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Some Thoughts Regarding the Current Philosophy of the Behavioral Sciences.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 5 Fall (1965): 182-193.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Therapeutic Relationship: Recent Theory and Research.” Australian Journal of Psychology 17, no. 2 (1965).

Rogers, Carl R. “To Facilitate Learning.” In Innovations for Time to Teach. Ed. M. Provus. Washington, D. C.: National Education Association, 1966.

Rogers, Carl R. “Autobiography.” In A History of Psychology in Autobiography. Vol. 5. Ed. E.W. Boring and G. Lindzey. New York: Appelton-Century-Crofts, 1967.

Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers Speaks Out on Groups and the Lack of a Human Science. An interview.” Psychology Today, 1 December 1967, 19-21, 62-66.

Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Therapy.” In Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry. Ed. A. M. Freedman and H. I. Kaplan. Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins, 1967.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Facilitation of Significant Learning.” In Contemporary Theories of Instruction. Ed. L. Siegel. San Francisco: Chandler, 1967.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Interpersonal Relationship in the Facilitation of Learning.” In Humanizing Education. Ed. T. Leeper. National Education Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 1967, 1-18. Also published in New Directions in Client-Centered Therapy. Ed. J. T. Hart and T. M. Tomlinson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970. And in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Plan for Self-Directed Change in an Educational System.” Educational Leadership 24, no. 8 (1967): 717-731.

Rogers, Carl R. “What Psychology Has to Offer to Teacher Education.” Teacher Education and Mental Health — Association for Student Teaching. Cedar Falls: State College of Iowa (1967), 37-57.

Rogers, Carl R. “Graduate Education in Psychology: A Passionate Statement.” OPA Quarterly 21, no. 4 (1968).

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Rogers, Carl R. “The Interpersonal Relationship in the Facilitation of Learning.” The Virgil E. Herrick Memorial Lecture Series. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1968.

Rogers, Carl R. “Interpersonal Relationships. USA 2000.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 4, no. 3 (1968): 265-280.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Practical Plan for Educational Revolution.” In Educational Change: The Reality and the Promise. Ed. R. R. Goulet. New York: Citation Press, 1968.

Rogers, Carl R. “Review of J. Kavanaugh’s Book, A Modern Priest Looks at His Outdated Church.” Psychology Today 13, 1968.

Rogers, Carl R., and Michael Polanyi. “Dialogue Between Michael Polanyi and Carl Rogers.” ETC: A Review of General Semantics XXV 1, no. 3 (1968). Also published in Rogers, Carl R. and William R. Coulson. Man and the Science of Man. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1968. And in Carl Rogers: Dialogues. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “Community: the Group.” Psychology Today 3, December 1969, 27-61.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Increasing Involvement of the Psychologist in Social Problems. Some Comments, Positive and Negative.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences 5, no. 1 (1969): 3-7.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Intensive Group Experience.” Chapter in Psychology Today: An Introduction. Del Mar, CA: CRM Books, 1969.

Rogers, Carl R. “Self-Directed Change for Educators. Experiments and Implications.” In Preparing Educators to Meet Emerging Needs. Ed. E. Morphet and D. E. Jesser. New York: Citation Press, Scholastic Magazine, 1969.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Personal Learnings About Interpersonal Relationships.” Word 7, no. 2 (1969): 6-10.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers Resigns from USIU.” AHP Newsletter 7, no. 1 (1970).

Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers Says, ‘It Is My Observation…’” AHP Newsletter 7, no. 1, October (1970): 7.

Rogers, Carl R. “Foreword and Chapters 9, 16, 22, 25, 26, 27.” In New Directions in Client-Centered Therapy. Ed. J. T. Hart and T. M. Tomlinson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970. (All have been published elsewhere, except the Foreword and Chapter 27, “Looking back and ahead: a conversation with Carl Rogers,” conducted by J. T. Hart.)

Rogers, Carl R. “The Person of Tomorrow.” Commencement Address, Sonoma State College Pamphlet, June 1969. Also published in USIU Doctoral Society Journal 3, no. 1 (1970): 11-16. And in Marriage and Family in a Decade of Change. Ed. G. B. Carr. Reading: Addison-Wesley, 1972.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Person of Tomorrow.” USIU Doctoral Society Journal 3, no. 1 (1970): 11-16. Also published in Colorado Journal of Educational Research 12, no. 1 (1972).

Rogers, Carl R. “Rogers on Change.” Educate 3, no. 3 (1970).

Rogers, Carl R. “Views of USIU.” AHP Newsletter 7, no. 1 (1970).

Rogers, Carl R. “Can Schools Grow Persons?” Educational Leadership, December 1971.

Rogers, Carl R. “Facilitating Encounter Groups.” American Journal of Nursing 71, no. 2 (1971).

Rogers, Carl R. “Forget You Are a Teacher: Carl Rogers Tells Why.” Instructor August/September (1971): 65f.

Rogers, Carl R. “Psychological Maladjustments vs. Continuing Growth.” Chapter in Developmental Psychology. Del Mar, CA: CRM Books, 1971.

Rogers, Carl R., Willard B. Frick, Abraham H. Maslow, and Gardner Murphy. “Interview with Dr. Carl Rogers.” Humanistic Psychology: Interviews with Maslow, Murphy, and Rogers. Columbus, Ohio: Merrill. 1971.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Bringing Together Ideas and Feelings in Learning.” Learning Today 5 Spring (1972): 32-43.

Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers, Gardener.” Human Behavior 1, November/December (1972): 16.

Rogers, Carl R. “Comment on Brown and Tedeschi’s Article.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 12, Spring (1972): 16-21.

Rogers, Carl R. “Foreword.” In New Perspectives on Encounter Groups. Ed. L.N. Solomon and B. Berzon. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1972.

Rogers, Carl R. “Introduction to Tsuge, Haruko ‘My Experience in Encounter Group.’” Voices 8 no. 2, Issue 28 (1972).

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Social Issues Which Concern Me.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 12, no. 2 Fall (1972): 45-60.

Rogers, Carl R. “Comment on Pitts’ Article.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 13, no. 1 Winter (1973): 83-84.

Rogers, Carl R. “An Encounter with Carl Rogers.” In Res Publica, Claremont Men’s College. Ed. C. W. Kemper. 1, no. 1 (1973): 41-51.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Good Life as an Ever-Changing Process.” Ninth of newspaper series, America and the Future of Man, published by the Regents of the University of California, and distributed by Copley News Service, 1973.

Rogers, Carl R. “My Philosophy of Interpersonal Relationships and How It Grew.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 13, no. 2 Spring (1973): 3-19.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some New Challenges.” American Psychologist 28, no. 5 (1973): 379-387. Also published in Rogers, Carl R. A Way of Being. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980. And in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

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Rogers, Carl R. “To Be Fully Alive.” Penney’s Forum 3, Spring/Summer (1973).

Rogers, Carl R. “After Three Years: My View and That of Outside Evaluators.” Education 95, no. 2 (1974): 183-189.

Rogers, Carl R. “Can Learning Encompass Both Ideas and Feelings?” Education 95, no. 2 (1974): 103-114; slightly revised also in: Rogers 1980a. 263-291. Also published in Educational Digest, April (1975): 40, 56-59.

Rogers, Carl. R. “Dear Bonnie.” Education 95, no. 2 (1974): 190-196.

Rogers, Carl R. “Foreword.” In Lyon, H. It’s Me and I’m Here. New York: Delacorte Press, 1974.

Rogers, Carl R. “In Retrospect: Forty-Six Years.” American Psychologist 29, no. 2 (1974): 115-123.

Rogers, Carl R. “Interview on ‘Growth.’” In On Growth: The Crisis of Exploding Population and Resource Depletion. Ed. W. Oltmans. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1974.

Rogers, Carl R. “Introduction.” Education 95, no. 2. Winter (1974): 172.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Project at Immaculate Heart: An Experiment in Self-Directed Change.” Education 95, no. 2 Winter (1974): 172-189.

Rogers, Carl R. “Questions I Would Ask Myself If I Were a Teacher.” Education 95, no. 2 (1974): 134-139. Also published in The Educational Forum 51, no. 2 (1987): 115-122.

Rogers, Carl R., and John K. Wood. “The Changing Theory of Client-Centered Therapy.” In Operational Theories of Personality. Ed. Arthur Burton. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1974.

Rogers, Carl R., and John T. Wood. “Client-Centered Theory: Carl R. Rogers.” In Operational Theories of Personality. Ed. Arthur Burton. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1974.

Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Psychotherapy.” In Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry II. Ed. H. I. Kaplan, B.J. Sadock and A.M. Freeman. Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins, 1975.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Empathic — an Unappreciated Way of Being.” The Counseling Psychologist 5, no. 2 (1975): 2-10. Also published in Rogers, Carl R. A Way of Being. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980.

Rogers, Carl R. “An interview with Carl Rogers.” Practical Psychology for Physicians 2, no. 8, (1975): 43-49.

Rogers, Carl R. “Preface.” In Anh, To Thi. Eastern and Western Cultural Values, Conflict or Harmony? Manila, The Philippines: East Asian Pastoral Institute, 1975.

Rogers, Carl R. “Beyond the Watershed in Education.” Teaching-Learning Journal Winter/Spring (1976): 43-49.

Rogers, Carl R. “Beyond the Watershed: and Where Now?” Educational Leadership 34 no. 8 (1977): 623-631.

Rogers, Carl R. “Nancy Mourns.” In Humanistic Psychology: New Frontiers. Ed. Dorothy Nevill. New York: Gardner, 1977.

Rogers, Carl R. “Personal Power at Work.” Psychology Today 10, no. 11 (1977): 60-62, 93-94.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Politics of Education.” Journal of Humanistic Education 1, no. 1 (1977): 6-22. Also published in Rogers, Carl R. Freedom to Learn for the 80s. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1983. And in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “Preface.” In Fairfield, R. Person-Centered Graduate Education. Elmhusrt, IL: Hagle and Co., 1977.

Rogers, Carl R., and T. L. Holdstock. “Person-Centered Personality Theory.” In Current Personality Theories. Ed. R. Corsini. Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock, 1977.

Rogers, Carl R. “Carl R. Rogers Papers.” The Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress 35 October (1978): 258-259.

Rogers, Carl R. “Do We Need a Reality?” Dawnpoint 1, no. 2 (1978): 6-9.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Formative Tendency.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 18, no. 1 Winter (1978): 23-26.

Rogers, Carl R. “From Heart to Heart. Some Elements of Effective Interpersonal Communication.” Marriage Encounter 7, no. 2 (1978): 8-15.

Rogers, Carl R., et al. “Evolving Aspects of Person-Centered Workshops.” Self and Society 6, no. 2 (1978): 43-49. Also published in AHP Newsletter January (1979): 11-14.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Foundations of the Person-Centered Approach.” Education 100, no. 2 (1979): 98-107. Also published in Rogers, Carl R. A Way of Being. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980.

Rogers, Carl R. “Groups in Two Cultures.” The Personal and Guidance Journal 38, no. 1, September (1979): 11-15.

Rogers, Carl R., et al. “Learning in Large Groups: Their Implications for the Future.” Education 100, no. 2 (1979): 108-116.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some New Directions: A Personal View.” In Explorers of Humankind. Ed. T. Hanna. San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1979.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Growing Old — or Older and Growing.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 20, no. 4 Fall (1980): 5-16.

Rogers, Carl R. “Building Person-Centered Communities. The Implications for the Future.” In Revisioning Human Potential. Glimpses into the 21st Century. Ed. Alberto Villoldo and Ken Dytchwald. Los Angeles: Tarcher. 1981.

Rogers, Carl R. “Education: A Personal Activity.” Educational Change and Development 3 no. 3 (1981): 1-12.

Rogers, Carl R. “Notes on Rollo May.” Perspectives Humanistic Psychology Institute 2, no. 1 (1981): 1. Also published in Journal of Humanistic Psychology 22, Summer (1982). And in Carl Rogers: Dialogues. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “Some Unanswered Questions.” Journey 1, no. 1 (1981): 1-4.

Rogers, Carl R., and J. Elliott-Kemp. The Effective Teacher: A Person-Centered Development Guide. Sheffield, England: PAVIC, 1981.

Rogers, Carl R. “My Politics.” Journey 1, no. 6 (1982): 8.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Psychologist Looks at Nuclear War. Its Threat, Its Possible Prevention.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 22, no. 4 Fall (1982): 9-20. Also published in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Reply to Rollo May’s Letter to Carl Rogers.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 22, no. 4 (1982): 85-89.

Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers Speaks to Montessorians.” The NAMTA Quarterly 8, no. 4 (1983): 11-15.

Rogers, Carl R. “I Can’t Read!” Visualtek News Summer (1983).

Rogers, Carl R. “I Walk Softly Through Life.” Voices 18 no. 4 (1983): 6-14.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Visit to Credo Mutwa.” Journey 2, no. 4 (1983): 4-5.

Rogers, Carl R. “Gloria — a Historical Note.” In Client-Centered Therapy and the Person-Centered Approach: New Directions in Theory, Research, and Practice. Ed. Ronald F. Levant and John M. Shlien. New York: Praeger, 1984.

Rogers, Carl R. “The New World Person.” Odyssey South Africa 8 no. 2 (1984): 16-19.

Rogers, Carl R. “Person-Centered Approach Foundations.” In Encyclopedia of Psychology. Ed. R. Corsini. New York: John Wiley, 1984.

Rogers, Carl R. “A Way of Meeting Life. An Interview with Carl Rogers.” The Laughing Man 5, no. 2 (1984) 22-23. Also published in part in Lietaer, G., et al. Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the Nineties. “Unconditional Confidence as a Facilitative Precondition,” by J. I. Harmann. Lowen: Leuven University Press, 1990.

Rogers, Carl R., and David Ryback. “One Alternative to Nuclear Planetary Suicide.” The Counseling Psychologist 12, no. 2 (1984): 3-12. Also published in Client-Centered Therapy and the Person-Centered Approach: New directions in Theory, Research, and Practice. Ed. Ronald F. Levant and John Shlien. New York: Praeger, 1984.

Rogers, Carl R. “Comment on Slack’s Article.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 25, no. 2 Spring (1985): 43-44.

Rogers, Carl R. “Reaction to Gunnison’s Article on the Similarities Between Erickson and Rogers.” Journal of Counseling and Development 63, no. 9 (1985).

Rogers, Carl R. “Toward a More Human Science of the Person.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 25, no. 4 Spring (1985): 7-24.

Rogers, Carl R. “Workshop with Carl Rogers.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 25, no. 4 Spring (1985).

Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers on the Development of the Person-Centered Approach.” Person-Centered Review 1, no. 3, August (1986): 257-259.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers Says: An Introductory Comment for The Person-Centered Review.The Person-Centered Review 1, February (1986): 3-14.

Rogers Carl R. “A Client-Centered/Person-Centered Approach to Therapy.” Psychotherapist’s Casebook. Theory and Technique in the Practice of Modern Times. Ed. I. L Kutash and A. Wolf. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1986.

Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered Therapy.” Psychotherapist’s Casebook: Theory and Technique in Practice, I. L. Kutash and A. Wolf. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1986.

Rogers, Carl R. “Commencement Held May 14.” Teachers College/Columbia University, New York 14, no. 2 Summer (1986).

Rogers, Carl R. “The Dilemmas of a South-African White.” Person-Centered Review 1, no. 1 (1986): 15-35.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Interpersonal Relationship.” Human Relations 3 (1986): 151-155.

Rogers, Carl R. “Reflection of Feelings.” Person-Centered Review 1, no. 4 (1986): 375-377.

Rogers, Carl R. “Rogers, Kohut and Erickson: A Personal Perspective on Some Similarities and Differences.” Person-Centered Review 1, no. 2. (1986): 125-140.

Rogers, Carl R. “The Rust Workshop: A Personal Overview.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 26, no. 3 Summer (1986): 23-45. Also published in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “This is Me. The Development of My Professional Thinking and My Personal Philosophy.” In Human Relations. Ed. Painter, et al. Ginn Press, 1986, 126-131. Also published in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R., Rollo May, and Abraham H. Maslow. “American Politics and Humanistic Psychology.” Dallas, Texas: Saybrook Publishing Co., 1986.

Rogers, Carl R., Rollo May, and Abraham H. Maslow. “Politics and Innocence: a Humanistic Debate.” San Francisco: Saybrook Publishing Company, 1986.

Rogers, Carl R. “Carl Rogers Column on Reaching 85.” Person-Centered Review 2, no. 2 May (1987): 150-15.

Rogers, Carl R. “Client-Centered? Person-Centered?” Person-Centered Review 2, no. 1 (1987): 11-13.

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Rogers, Carl R. “Comment on Shlien’s Article, A Countertheory of Transference.” Person-Centered Review 2, no. 2 (1987): 182-188.

Rogers, Carl R. “Comments on the Issue of Equality in Psychotherapy.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 27, no. 1 Winter (1987): 38-40.

Rogers, Carl R. “Journal of South-African Trip. January 14 — March 1.” Counseling and Values (Special issue on Carl Rogers and the Person-Centered Approach to Peace) 32, no. 1 (1987): 21-37.

Rogers, Carl R., and Ruth Sanford. “Inside the World of the Soviet Professional.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 27, no. 3 Summer (1987): 277-304. Also published in The Carl Rogers Reader. Ed. Howard Kirschenbaum and Valerie Land Henderson. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R., and Ruth Sanford. “Reflections on Our South African Experience.” Counseling and Values (Special issue on Carl Rogers and the person-centered approach to peace) 32, no. 1 (1987): 17-20. Also published in The Person-Centered Approach and Cross-Cultural Communication, Vol. I. Ed. Edward McIlduff and David Coghlan, 1991, 87-90.

Rogers, Carl R., and Ruth C. Sanford. “Client-Centered Psychotherapy.” In Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, V. Ed. H. I. Kaplan and B. J. Sadock. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1989.

Rogers, Carl R. “What Understanding and Acceptance Mean to Me.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 35, no. 4 Fall (1995)

Rogers, Carl R., ed. “Carl Rogers: Student-Centered Learning.” Project Innovation, a Monograph to ‘Education.’ (1996).

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