Person-Environment Psychology and Mental Health: Assessment and Intervention

By William E. Martin Jr.; Jody L. Swartz-Kulstad | Go to book overview

psychology -- and psychology -- textbooks unwittingly show is sadly missing. This chapter's account of counseling psychology's development from the "primitive" Parsons formulation to the elaborate P-E interaction model suggests that perhaps P-E theory is the paradigm we require. It is a paradigm that can encompass the many differing theories and the multitude of disparate facts that have characterized counseling psychology -- and psychology -- to this point. It is a paradigm that can generate the puzzle-solving activity that is the hallmark of normal science. It is a paradigm worth trying.


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