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   William Marston

   Marston's Book




Born in Cliftondale, Massachusetts, William Marston received his B.A. from Harvard University in 1915, his L.L.B. from Harvard in 1918, and Ph.D. in Psychology from Harvard in 1921. He taught at American University in Washington D.C. and Tufts University in Medford MA. and Columbia University in NY. Dr. Marston wrote Emotions of Normal People first published in 1928

In 1979 Dr. John G. Geier, PHD produced a derivative work, a republication of Marston's book Emotions of Normal People, with an extensive introduction and forward. He elaborates on Marston's contributions to developing a way of understanding human behavior which could be applied to work and personal situations.

Dr. Geier highlights four of Marston's contributions that deserve special attention:

  • Marston theorized that human behavior could be studied on a two-axis model according to a personís action in a favorable or an unfavorable environment
  • He provided observational methods to demonstrate how four primary emotions are related to a logical analysis of neurological results.
  • Marston introduced a hypothetical construct and provided meaningful terminology to describe the four primary emotions.
  • He clustered traits for each of the four emotions.
Marston's work was dedicated to producing harmony and pleasantness in individual behavior. He defined behavior under these conditions as the only “normal behavior”.












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