People exist in both public and private worlds. The methodologies by which psychologists explore these worlds are quite different. This seminar will compare and contrast data from representative methodologies, using concepts that theoretically intersect. In particular, we will compare data provided by tests and inventories derived from humanistic personality theory with data developed from a tutorial program that uses Skinnerian principles of behavioral analysis to teach the concepts of humanistic personality theory on an individualized basis. Throughout the semester, members of the class will provide the data, and privacy will be fully respected.