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Ch5 Questions 1. What are the five needs on Maslow’s Hierarchy? According to the Psychologist Abraham Maslow, the Hierarchy of needs identifies and ranks categories of needs or necessities commonly essential to humans in the form of a pyramid where the lowest level of needs must first be satisfied before the next level. Among those needs, we can identify five of them: starting at the bottom of the pyramid, the first needs which are the most basic represent physiological needs for survival (food to eat, water to drink and a place to use as a shelter…), the second needs are security and safety (with the absence of threat or danger as far as physically, psychologically, emotionally and mentally…), the third needs are love and belongingness (with satisfactory interactions or relationships with family, friends, colleagues, classmates and acquaintances…), the fourth needs are self- esteem (or positive feeling of self-worth with a sense of pride), and the fifth needs
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