Humanistic psychologists feel that creativity develops throughout life and can be cultivated throughout the life span. They believe that humans, not divine, cosmic, or other forces determine their own fate. This is not to say that humanism is atheistic, but that self-reliance is a natural human trait. Rogers and Maslow take a holistic approach since they see the creative product as the result of an interaction between the creative person and his/her situation. Dacey states that "They see creativity as more conscious, cognitive and intentional than do the psychoanalysts." The humanistic concept is that creativity is born through a striving for the highest possibilities in life, rather than as a defence against neurosis.
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