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Impact of Maslow's Hierarchy

Impact of Maslow's Hierarchy

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs represented part of an important shift in psychology. Rather than focusing on abnormal behavior and development, Maslow's humanistic psychology was focused on the development of healthy individuals.

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