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Values Clarification/Values Model of Interpersonal Behavior N 310 Unit 2 Lecture #4 Graham J McDougall, PhD, RN, FAAN, FGSA With special thanks to Jan Fox RNC, MSN Stella Logan MSN, RN, PMHCNS-BC Veronica Garcia Walker, MSN
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Which must be met first in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs? Survival or Sex?
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Which must be met first in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs? Safety or Love?
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Which must be met first in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs? Sex or Safety?
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Which must be met first in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs? Esteem or Love?
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Which must be met first in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs? Esteem or Self-Actualization?
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Which must be met first in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs? Safety or Self-Actualization?
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Assumptions About Values Everyone has them We may not be aware of our own, or of other peoples Values have an impact in relationships There are strategies to learn about values, and strategies to address the kind of impact they have in a relationship.
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A value is something that is prized or cherished. Values are sets of beliefs and attitudes that give direction and meaning to one’s life. Values are action-oriented A value represents a way of life and is derived from life experiences. Values are almost never isolated.
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