Browse notable psychologists such as Albert Ellis, Erik H. Erikson, and Abraham Maslow.
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profile name: Jean Piaget profile occupation: Psychologist, Biologist
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profile name: John B. Watson profile occupation: Psychologist, Academic Author
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profile name: Abraham Maslow profile occupation: Educator, Scholar, Psychologist, Academic Author
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profile name: William James profile occupation: Philosopher, Doctor, Psychologist, Journalist
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profile name: Erik H. Erikson profile occupation: Educator, Scholar, Psychologist, Journalist
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profile name: Carl Jung profile occupation: Inventor, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Journalist
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