Joseph Frank Rychlak (/ˈrɪʃlɒk/; December 17, 1928 – April 16, 2013) is a psychologist well known for his work with theoretical and philosophical psychology. He developed a theoretical stance known as "Rigorous Humanism." This term refers to Rychlak's argument that psychology with ecological validity should be directed toward issues that are relevant to our lives.

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  • Joseph Frank Rychlak (/ˈrɪʃlɒk/; December 17, 1928 – April 16, 2013) is a psychologist well known for his work with theoretical and philosophical psychology. He developed a theoretical stance known as "Rigorous Humanism." This term refers to Rychlak's argument that psychology with ecological validity should be directed toward issues that are relevant to our lives. (en)
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  • Ronald Rychlak, Stephanie Stilson
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  • Lenora Smith
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  • American psychologist (en)
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  • Joseph Frank Rychlak (/ˈrɪʃlɒk/; December 17, 1928 – April 16, 2013) is a psychologist well known for his work with theoretical and philosophical psychology. He developed a theoretical stance known as "Rigorous Humanism." This term refers to Rychlak's argument that psychology with ecological validity should be directed toward issues that are relevant to our lives. (en)
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  • Joseph F. Rychlak (en)
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