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Running head: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs 1 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Indiana Tech
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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs 2 Maslow’s hierarchy of needs has five levels starting from the most basic physical needs up to more complex psychological needs. These needs are usually shown using a pyramid format. Maslow believed that in order to reach the more complex needs you must first reach the basic needs and once those needs were met you could focus on meeting the needs of the higher levels through satisfaction-progression. There are 5 needs starting with physiological needs such as food and shelter. Once you have met those needs people next strive for Security in which they look for safety and stability. After security is met then comes affiliation in which people desire friendship and love. The next level up would be the need for achievement and recognition from others. Lastly once people have met all of these needs they can strive toward the need for self- fulfillment and personal growth. If you are unable to meet a need sometimes people do go down this hierarchy of needs through frustration- regression. “The deficiency needs are said to motivate people when they are unmet. Also, the need to fulfil such needs will become stronger
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