Rebecca Mae Albert
Carl rogers lived in the 19th century. He studied Humanism and children. He studied children and studied the ways they thought and how relationships helped or hurt them. During the 19th century a lot of other psychologist were fierce and all of them tried to out-do each other. Carl Rogers didn't care though, he took his time and made sure he was doing what was needed and what was right.
Carl Rogers was very important to the study of humanism and how children developed. Without him we wouldn't know that children grow and developed based on their childhood and experiences in life; including the types of relationships they have or had. The time period didn't really influence him much, he just wanted to make a difference, but in the right ways. He didn't just jump into things, he focused on certain things and took his time to figure things out and conclude his theories and hypothesis's and ideas.