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Abraham Maslow’s Interest in Psychedelic Research: A Tribute

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In this brief tribute to Abraham Maslow, a founder of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, his interests in psychedelic research are described by the author who served as his research assistant from 1966 to 1967.
Richards, W. A. (2016). Abraham Maslow’s Interest in Psychedelic Research: A Tribute. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 0022167816670997.
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