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Abraham Maslow

Adapted from A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries – PBS.org
maslowU.S. Psychologist Abraham Maslow was a practitioner of humanistic psychology. He is known for his theory of “self-actualization.”

 


A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries – http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/databank/entries/bhmasl.html

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8 Comments

  1. JingRen says:

    I love Maslow’s idea of how human beings’ needs are arranged like a ladder. Without fulfilling the basic needs, a human is unlikely to be successful.

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  2. Clarisse Noubissi Tchemwe says:

    The theory of Maslow is interesting because he thought human being have a needs and that is important for life.

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  3. Fernando L Sousa says:

    Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a motivational theory in psychology comprising a five-tier model of human needs, often depicted as hierarchical levels within a pyramid. When our certain needs are met they lead to happiness according to Maslow

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  4. sheyla4801 says:

    I like how Maslow arranged things like a ladder. it was very interesting to read.

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  5. JESSICA BRUNS says:

    I’ve heard about Maslow, and I love his Theory. If understand, can be very useful. We can also apply his pyramid Theory on studies of Marketing, Business and many other studies to understand people choices.

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  6. ezitterk says:

    It is all in our brain, and all as equal can achieve our objectives. you have to want it.

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  7. Kiana Jeanniton says:

    I have heard of his theory before I think it is very informative, the reality that there are some many different types of necessity and it’s hard to get to the next level when one falls out of place

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  8. anthonymansi001 says:

    This was very interesting never seen or even heard of this, focusing on the healthy mental aspects of humans.

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