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Abraham Maslow

Summary: Explores the life and works of the psychologist Abraham Maslow. Examines how his Hierarchy of Need is the theory that brought him recognition as a significant theorist. Describes the lasting contributions of his theories to the world today.
Abraham Maslow is an important contributor in the field of psychology. His Hierarchy of Need is the theory that brought him recognition as a significant theorist. This research paper will examine the work of Dr. Maslow and the lasting contributions of his theories to the world today.

Abraham Maslow was born on April 1, 1908 in Brooklyn New York. He was the first born in a family of seven. His parents were uneducated Russian immigrants of Jewish decent. Due to their own lack of education, his parents were very pushy on the subject of school. He however did not like this path; and ended up being a lonely boy who involved himself mostly with books. His father was adamant that he pursue the career of law at CCNY. Maslow was there for a while however moved to the University of Wisconsin to study Psychology. While there he met his first...

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