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4.The levels of needs in Maslow's hierarchy are, from lowest to highest:a.physiological, security, esteem, affiliation, self-actualizationb.security, physiological, esteem, affiliation, self-actualizationc.physiological, security, affiliation, esteem, self-actualizationd.existence, security, esteem, affiliation, self-actualizationANSWER: C- physiological, security, affiliation, esteem, self-actualization
5.In Maslow's needs hierarchy model, ____ needs are the desire for feelings ofachievement, self-worth and recognition or respect.
b.esteemc.affiliationd.securityANSWER: B- esteem6.In Maslow's needs hierarchy model, ____ needs involve individuals realizing theirfull potential and becoming all that they can become.

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Term
Fall
Professor
WICKER
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Psychology, self serving decisions

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