HUMANISTIC BEHAVIORISM Psychology is the science that studies human conduct and the higher animals'. The behavior is the particular way in which people conduct. In general the fundamental forms of behavior are: verbal, emotional and gestural. Derived forms of behavior are: intellectual, artistic, moral, religious and ideological. The instincts and reflexes are inherited forms of behavior. The ideas and thoughts correspond to private or subjective behavior. Humanistic Behaviorism is based on three principles: 1 - The human being, psychically, is an indivisible unit. 2 - The study and the adjustement of personality is integral. 3 - All psychological schools have right points on behavior. Laws of balanced behavior are: I. - We can have beliefs and ideologies, Without going into fanaticism. II. - We can have nostalgia, Without going into depression. III. - We can be thoughtful, intuitive or creative Without going to extravagance. IV. - We can read much, Without going to think that we know everything. V. - We can believe in god, Without reaching religious discrimination. VI. - We can dream awake, Without gettings illusions. VII. - We can be social, Without getting egocentrism. VIII. - We can have authority, Without going to selfishness. IX. - We can want money, Without reaching ambition. X. - We can eat, Without going to gluttony. XI. - We can love a person, Without going to idolize. XII. - We can have sex, Without going to bestiality.