humanistic, and transpersonal. Ken Wilber and others recently developed
an integral psychology. Inclusive Psychology encompasses content and approaches from all five of these--retaining and honoring what seems most useful in each, applying what is most appropriate for the situation at hand, and not privileging any of the forms in a universal or absolute way. Although Inclusive Psychology addresses many of the more familiar and "conventional" forms of affect, behavior, cognition, and experience, this particular website emphasizes experiences having exceptional, transpersonal, transcendent, and spiritual qualities. Inclusive Psychology's preferred research approach is integral inquiry, developed in 1992 by William Braud.