Abraham Maslow Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Abraham Maslow Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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This Biography is about one of the best Psychologists Abraham Maslow including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Abraham Maslow
Real Name Abraham Maslow
Profession Psychologists
Nick Name Abraham Harold Maslow
Nationality American
Religion Jewish
Personal life of Abraham Maslow
Born on 01 April 1908
Birthday 1st April
Died At Age 62
Sun Sign Aries
Born in Brooklyn
Died on 08 June 1970
Place of death Menlo Park
Spouse/Partner Bertha
Education City College of New York, Cornell University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Columbia University
Founder/Co-Founder Journal of Humanistic Psychology
Personal Fact of Abraham Maslow

Abraham Maslow was a renowned psychologist whose biggest contribution to the field of psychology is the Maslow’s Need Hierarchy theory. He believed that all human beings strive to achieve satisfaction in life through the fulfillment of certain needs. He had an intensely sad and unhappy childhood and had to face several hurdles while growing up.

His difficult childhood experiences instilled in him a sensitivity which was often reflected in his works. In spite of having an indifferent father who always belittled him and an uncaring and cruel mother who never gave him any love, the youngster grew up to be a compassionate soul who focused on the positive traits in people no matter what. His first career choice was to become a lawyer, partly influenced by his wish to impress his father. However legal studies did not suit the young man and he soon shifted to study psychology.

He found mentors in the noted psychologists Alfred Adler, Max Wertheimer, and the anthropologist Ruth Benedict who deeply influenced his thinking. Maslow developed a positivist mindset and became a driving force behind the school of humanistic psychology. His major theories which were of immense significance to humanistic psychology were the hierarchy of needs, self-actualization and peak experiences.

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