Definition of Maslow, Abraham in English:

Maslow, Abraham

Syllabification: Mas·low, Abraham
Pronunciation: /ˈmazlō
( 1908–70), US psychologist; full name Abraham Harold Maslow. A leader of the humanistic school of psychology, he postulated a “hierarchy of needs” to explain human motivation, and proposed "self-actualization." He wrote Motivation and Personality (1954).

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