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Maslow's Heiarchy of needs 11-9

Maslow's Heiarchy of needs 11-9 - Maslows Hierarchy of...

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs o Higher needs only come into focus once all lower needs are mainly or entirely satisfied. o Deficiency needs Physiological needs (need a place to eat, sleep, etc.) Safety needs (need to feel secure in your physical environment) Love/Belonging needs (need to feel loved // romantic and nonromantic. Social integration – need to be part of something bigger. Esteem needs – self and respect from others Self-actualization – make the most of unique abilities. Self actualizing people Embrace facts / realities of world Are spontaneous in their ideas and actions Are creative – creative in work and in other relationships Are interested in solving problems Feel a closeness to other people, and generally appreciate life. Have a system of morality that is fully internalized and independent of external authority Judge others without prejudice Self transcendence – spiritual needs (this was above self actualization) Critique. – very hard to operationally find these terms. A lot of
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