Recent articles in this journal spoke about A.H. Maslow and the Brandeis University Psychology Department of the 1960s (Feigenbaum, 2020, Lester, 2020), the first from a former junior faculty member, the second from a former graduate student. I learned from each of them, and they triggered my own memories as an undergraduate psychology major who went on to earn a PhD in clinical psychology. Maslow taught the introductory course in fall semester; I took it in the spring (1958) with Ricardo Morant, who succeeded Maslow as department chair, and held that position for decades.
Golland, Jeffrey H.
"Brandeis Psychology in the Late Fifties: Further Comment on Feigenbaum (2020),"
Comparative Civilizations Review: Vol. 86
, Article 13.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/ccr/vol86/iss86/13