Facts of Abraham Harold Maslow
|Full Name:||Abraham Harold Maslow|
|Age:||115 years 8 months|
|Birth Date:||April 01,1908|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Leo|
|Death Date:||June 08,1970|
|Birth Place:||Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States|
|Father's Name:||Samuel Maslow|
|Mother's Name:||Rose Maslow|
|Marital Status:||Not Known|
|Education:||Cornell University, Boys High School (Brooklyn), City College of New York, UW-Madison|
If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.
To the man who only has a hammer, everything he encounters begins to look like a nail.
What a man can be, he must be. This need we call self-actualization.
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Abraham Harold Maslow is credited with having created the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. He is a pioneer in it and his theory explains how the fulfillment of human needs in priority leads to self-actualization and psychological health which is vital for the proper and all-round growth of humans. Reading the biography of such a great earthly human being would be interesting and we provide herewith the ‘ins’ of this famous person from America’s life!
Abraham Maslow, after his high school graduation, went on to enroll at the City College of New York. In 1926, Abraham joined a night law college along with his day undergraduate course. But he did not continue it and a year later, he took a transfer to Cornell. But the high costs and his performance led to his abandoning this course as well.
Abraham ultimately settled for the University of Wisconsin where he studied psychology. Abraham also took up research at the UW and his topic was on primate dominance behavior and sexuality. He completed his master’s thesis and obtained a degree. Abraham did the research but he did not like his work. But his Professor taught it was good and persuaded him to send it for publication. In 1934, it got published as two articles.
Abraham Harold Maslow academic career
Abraham then joined Columbia University and continued his research further. He was a faculty member at Brooklyn College from 1937 to 1951. He had already started questioning and having his ideas on the subject. He coined the term humanistic psychology for his new discipline. He meant some great mentors here and with their help was able to establish some new points and it became his lifelong research. His mental health and human potential studies were the most vital of them all.
In 1951, he joined Brandeis University and continued until 1969. He took up residency at Laughlin Institute, CA. His work would help future psychologists and he gave them different areas and paths to ponder on. He strongly believed that leadership should be non-intervening.
Abraham Harold Maslow’s life on the personal front
Abraham Maslow had a happy family life. When he was 20 years old, he married his first cousin Bertha. Bertha at that time was still in high school. The couple shared lovely chemistry between them which lasted until he died in 1970. They had two daughters together and the family enjoyed great love and trust amongst themselves.
Abraham Harold Maslow death
Abraham had heart ailments and due to this, he had suffered a major heart attack in 1967. He knew then that he has limited time left. He succumbed to the second heart attack which he suffered on 8 June 1970 at Menlo Park, CA
Abraham Harold Maslow early life
Abraham Maslow was highly critical of Sigmund Freud’s thinking and theories in psychology. If we look at his past childhood days, we can see that he was born on Fool’s day in 1908. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he was also raised in the same neighborhood. He had 6 younger siblings. His parents had emigrated from Kyiv and were Jewish. They were poor and not intellectually focussed. But they valued education and wanted all their children to receive the highest possible level of education.
School days were tough and he faced a lot of anti-semitism from teachers and peers. But he loved reading and learning. He was at Boys High School and was an officer to many academic clubs.