The Right to Be Human

The Right to Be Human

A Biography of Abraham Maslow

Book - 1988
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Maslow, one of the founders of humanistic psychology, stands as a great visionary of modern psychology. The depth and variety of his vision is revealed in its fullness in this singular portrait that includes material from published and unpublished works, diaries, archival sources, correspondence, friends and associates. Photos.
Publisher: Los Angeles : J.P. Tarcher, 1988
ISBN: 9780874774610
0874774616
Branch Call Number: 150.924/MasH

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