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Many clinical studies have therefore been made of this need, and we know more
about it perhaps than any of the other needs except the physiological ones. Suttie
(282) has written an excellent analysis of our "taboo on tenderness." Omithing ...
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY In general, we should learn to see as
psychopathology any failure to achieve self-actualization. The average or normal
person is just as much a case as the psychotic, even though less dramatic, and
196. Maslow, A. H., The authoritarian character structure, /. social Psychol., 1943,
18, 401-111. 197. Maslow, A. H., Experimentalizing the clinical method, /. clinical
Psychol., 1945, 1, 241-243. 198. Maslow, A. H., A suggested improvement in ...
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