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...r years, in the twilight of his career, that Maslow served as a professor at Brandeis University (for a duration of 17 years), and suffered his first heart attack, in 1967. At this point, Maslow, apparently having achieved a level of self actualization, recognized his time on earth was limited, and his legacy was to be made. These were the years (3, to be exact) when he infatuated himself with visions of the future of psychology, and his duty to to stimulate the minds of prospective and developing psychologists. Then, one seemingly unnoteworthy day (June the eigth, 1960), Maslow suffered a severe heart attack while jogging, of all things, and passed away.
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