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Abraham Harold Maslow

educator

Abraham Harold Maslow, American educator. Member American (council 1946-1948, 49-50, 53-56, 58-60), president 8th division 1955, president 10th division 1959.

Background

Maslow, Abraham Harold was born on April 1, 1908 in Brooklyn. Son of Samuel and Rose (Schlosky) Maslow.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Wisconsin, 1930, Master of Arts, 1931, Doctor of Philosophy., 1934. D. Leg. (honorary), Xavier U., Cincinnati.

Career

Assistant instructor University of Wisconsin, 1930-1935. Carnegie fellow Columbia Teachers College, 1935-1937. From instructor to associate professor psychology Brooklyn College, 1937-1951.

Plant manager Maslow Cooperage Corporation, 1947-1949. Associate professor, professor Brandeis U., Waltham, Massachusetts, 1951-1969, department chairman, 1951-1961. Resident fellow Laughlin Foundation, 1969-1970.

Named Humanist of Year, American Humanist Association, 1967.

Works

  • Author: Principles of Abnormal Psychology (with B. Mittelmann), 1941. Motivation and Personality, 1954, review edit., 1970. Toward A Psychology of Being, 1962, revised, 1968.

    Religion, Values and Peak-Experiences, 1964, review edit., 1970. Eupsychian Management: A Journal, 1965. The Psychology of Science: A Reconaissance, 1966.

    (with Her Majesty Chiang) The Healthy Personality: Readings, 1969. Farther Reaches of Human Nature, public postumously, 1971. Other posthumous publications include: The Journals of Ampere-hour Maslow.

    Dominance, Self-Esteem, self. Actualization: Germinal Papers of Ampere-hour Maslow. Editor: New Knowledge in Human Values, 1959.

    Board editors professional journals.

Membership

Member American (council 1946-1948, 49-50, 53-56, 58-60), president 8th division 1955, president 10th division 1959.

Connections

Married Bertha Goodman, December 31, 1928. Children: Ann (Mistress.

father:
Samuel Maslow

mother:
Rose (Schlosky) Maslow

spouse:
Bertha Goodman

child:
Ann (Mrs Maslow