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Article:Abraham Maslow
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"As a young boy, Maslow believed physical strength to be the single most defining characteristic of a true male; hence, he exercised often and took up weight lifting in hopes of being transformed into a more muscular, tough-looking guy, However, he was unable to achieve this due to his humble-looking and chaste figure as well as his studiousness".<ref>{{cite journal|last=Nicholson|first=Ian|title=Giving up maleness: Abraham Maslow, masculinity, and the boundaries of psychology|year=2001|month=February|volume=4|issue=1|pages=79–91|doi=10.1037/1093-4510.4.1.79|url=http://ezproxy.qa.proquest.com.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/docview/614416838?|accessdate=1 December 2011}}</ref>
 
"As a young boy, Maslow believed physical strength to be the single most defining characteristic of a true male; hence, he exercised often and took up weight lifting in hopes of being transformed into a more muscular, tough-looking guy, However, he was unable to achieve this due to his humble-looking and chaste figure as well as his studiousness".<ref>{{cite journal|last=Nicholson|first=Ian|title=Giving up maleness: Abraham Maslow, masculinity, and the boundaries of psychology|year=2001|month=February|volume=4|issue=1|pages=79–91|doi=10.1037/1093-4510.4.1.79|url=http://ezproxy.qa.proquest.com.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/docview/614416838?|accessdate=1 December 2011}}</ref>
   
After graduating from high school Maslow went to the [[City College of New York]]. In 1926 he began taking legal studies classes at night in addition to his undergraduate course load. He hated it and almost immediately dropped out. In 1927 he transferred to Cornell, but due to poor grades and the high cost of the education, he left after just one semester.<ref>[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 30.</ref> He re-enrolled at City College and upon graduation went to graduate school at the [[University of Wisconsin]] to study [[psychology]]. In 1928, he married his first cousin Bertha, whom he had met in Brooklyn years earlier and who was still in high school at the time.<ref>[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 40.</ref> Maslow's psychology training at UW was decidedly experimental-behaviorist.<ref>[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 39.</ref> At Wisconsin he pursued a line of research which included, investigating [[primate]] [[Dominance (ethology)|dominance]] behaviour and [[Human sexuality|sexuality]]. Maslow, upon the recommendation of Professor [[Hulsey Cason]] wrote his master's thesis on 'learning, retention, and reproduction of verbal material.'<ref name="r1">[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 44.</ref> Maslow regarded the research as embarrassingly trivial, but he completed his thesis the summer of 1931 and was awarded his master's degree in Psychology.<ref name="r1"/> Afterward, he was so ashamed of the thesis that he removed it from the psychology library and tore out its catalog listing.<ref name="r2">[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 45.</ref> Professor Carson admired the research enough to urge Maslow to submit it for publication. Much to Maslow's surprise, his thesis was published as two articles in 1934.<ref name="r2"/>
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After graduating from high school Maslow Admitted to his deep understanding of all humans. He admitted he was a homosexual in this state. Maslow is considered an icon among the Gay/Lesbian Community with his deep knowledge. In 1926 he began taking legal studies classes at night in addition to his undergraduate course load. He hated it and almost immediately dropped out. In 1927 he transferred to Cornell, but due to poor grades and the high cost of the education, he left after just one semester.<ref>[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 30.</ref> He re-enrolled at City College and upon graduation went to graduate school at the [[University of Wisconsin]] to study [[psychology]]. In 1928, he married his first cousin Bertha, whom he had met in Brooklyn years earlier and who was still in high school at the time.<ref>[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 40.</ref> Maslow's psychology training at UW was decidedly experimental-behaviorist.<ref>[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 39.</ref> At Wisconsin he pursued a line of research which included, investigating [[primate]] [[Dominance (ethology)|dominance]] behaviour and [[Human sexuality|sexuality]]. Maslow, upon the recommendation of Professor [[Hulsey Cason]] wrote his master's thesis on 'learning, retention, and reproduction of verbal material.'<ref name="r1">[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 44.</ref> Maslow regarded the research as embarrassingly trivial, but he completed his thesis the summer of 1931 and was awarded his master's degree in Psychology.<ref name="r1"/> Afterward, he was so ashamed of the thesis that he removed it from the psychology library and tore out its catalog listing.<ref name="r2">[[#Hoffman|Hoffmann (1988)]], p. 45.</ref> Professor Carson admired the research enough to urge Maslow to submit it for publication. Much to Maslow's surprise, his thesis was published as two articles in 1934.<ref name="r2"/>
   
 
He went on to further research at [[Columbia University]], continuing similar studies; there he found another mentor in [[Alfred Adler]], one of [[Sigmund Freud]]'s early colleagues.
 
He went on to further research at [[Columbia University]], continuing similar studies; there he found another mentor in [[Alfred Adler]], one of [[Sigmund Freud]]'s early colleagues.
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