First learned in ECR and history back in high school.

Humanists believe in Free Will.

The Humanist approach arose to prominence in psychology beginning in the 1930s and was a response to and rejection of both Freudian and Behaviourist approaches. Whereas the Freudians believed that behaviour was influenced by the unconscious, and the behaviourists believed that behaviour was determined exclusively by our environments, the Humanists believed that humans are unique in that they have free will and a desire for self-improvement.