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Abraham Maslow  
DEFINITION
  • Abraham H. Maslow founded a humanistic movement in psychology in the late 1950s that placed significant value on individuality, creativity, and personal freedom as essential factors contributing to mental health and general well-being. Along with his colleagues Rollo May and Carl Rogers, Maslow created the Association of Humanistic Psychology, whose members shared an appreciation of the worth and dignity of all persons. [Source: Encyclopedia of Educational Reform and Dissent; Maslow, Abraham (1908–1970)]
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