CPP 504 Abraham Maslow and Humanistic Psychology

Faculty: Michael Brock, PhD, Psy.D. (Profile)


This course is designed to acquaint the student with Abraham Maslow and the fundamentals of his thought. Rather than settle for merely a secondary-source summary of who he was and what he thought, this course will concentrate on Maslow’s life and, by using a classic text, will explore the essentials of his thought. The introductory material presented in Morgan’s chapter on Maslow is a way of establishing the parameters of the course. The biography is an in-depth look at Maslow’s life. The classic text is a primary source to expose the student to Maslow himself.

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