SUHB


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SUHBScience of Unitary Human Beings
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Using Rogers' SUHB conceptual framework principles of homeodynamics, which are resonancy, helicy, and integrality was the means to identify and synthesize the discovery of the four manifestations (Rogers, 1970, 1990, 1992).
Let the principles of homeodynamics be our guide; in our infinite wholeness lets resonate in mutual process and integral presence to innovate and deepen our understanding of the potentials for diversity and complexity within Rogers' SUHB.
Praxis is most explicit in the SUHB literature in publications by Newman and Cowling.
Ideas around presenting SUHB research and conceptualizations to community groups such as local parishes, senior centers, and hospitals were also discussed.
Barrett's power theory, a mid-range theory, emerged from the SUHB to address the construct of knowing participation in change, which Barrett conceptualized as power.
One has only to pick up a nursing journal, and even a few of the nursing theory texts, to find work that inconsistently describes unitary science, especially as it relates to the SUHB.
The SUHB is unique in that the phenomenon of central interest is what is "known" as opposed to what is done in practice (Rogers, as cited in Fawcett, 1995).
Rogers (1992), as well as a number of Rogerian scholars called for the development of research methodologies specific to the SUHB (Phillips, 1988; Rawnsley, 1990).
Creative new multidimensional measures developed within the SUHB are requisite to adequately capture time experience in a fashion that furthers understanding of the experience of human-environmental process.
From an SUHB perspective, well-being represents an optimistic view of life experiences in a dynamic process of growing and becoming.