Abraham Maslow papers, 1929-1972.

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Abraham Maslow papers, 1929-1972.

Maslow's class notes (as lecturer and student), manuscripts, diaries, reading notes, test protocols, annotated books, correspondence, photographs, and audio tapes. Among the topics included: self actualization, peak experiences, T-groups, humanism, The Esalen Institute, and Maslow's work with Blackfoot Indians.

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