Many psychologists feel that psychology should concern itself more with ‘whole’ people. It should centre more on ‘real human experience’. A variety of vanities have caused psychologists to turn their backs on the complete and purposeful person. In every scientific discipline, bar psychology, workers seem to accept the idea that their science will advance in terms of elaborating and testing theories. In much psychological writing there is a tendency to revert to the notion of a reality whose nature can be clearly identified. The fallacy of stimulus-response psychology lies in the belief that a person responds to a stimulus. Personal construct theory implies that people continually develop. Development is not simply prerogative of children and adolescents as the tradition of ‘developmental psychology’ would have us believe. George Kelly entitled his major work The Psychology of Personal Constructs and thereby announced his intention of trying to create a new psychology rather than present a theory within the framework of orthodox psychology.