Build an Intellectual Genealogy for Humanistic and Positive Psychology

Build a family tree for humanistic and positive psychology, showing their connections and divergences from their origins in social and developmental psychology to their current contentious relationship. The family tree may be organized in terms of the key individuals whose work laid the foundation for the two disciplines today, or a combination of key individuals and their approaches, or through the various psychological concepts to which the two disciplines have been applied. Cousins and unexpected ancestorssuch as transpersonal psychology and B. F. Skinner, respectivelymay be included. Several free sources of genograms (family tree templates) are available online and may be used. The presentation of the genogram should be followed with 2-3 pages of explanation and description of your approach. Citations do not need to be included in the genogram itself but should be included in the text after the image. Support your assignment with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included. Length: 1 pages of genogram or table and 2 pages of commentary. Total length should add up to 3 pages.