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Maslow the hierarchy of needs



short description of what is maslow' s need hierarchy theory

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  • Historical Background was a leading humanistic psychologist developed the Hierarchy Needs promoted the concept of self-actualization was born in 1908, Brooklyn, New York
  •  studied dominance in monkeys received Ph.D. in experimental psychology in 1934 was on the Brooklyn College faculty, 1937-1951 was on the Brandeis U faculty, 1952-1969 became a fellow of Laughlin Foundation in CA died in 1970, age 62
  • Hierarchy of Needs growth emotional physical
  • “We each have a hierarchy of needs that ranges from "lower" to "higher." As lowerneeds are fulfilled there is a tendency for other, higher needs to emerge.” Daniels, 2004
  • Hierarchy of NeedsPhysiological Needs
  • foodwaterairsleep
  • Hierarchy of Needs Safety NeedsPhysiological Needs
  • Safety NeedsPersonal securityFinancial securityHealth and well-beingSafety net against accidents/illness and their adverse impacts
  • Hierarchy of Needs Love & Belonging Needs Safety NeedsPhysiological Needs
  • Love and Belonging (social/emotional)Inclusion - part of a group: colleagues, peers, family, clubs Affection - love and be loved Control - influence over others and self
  • Hierarchy of Needs Esteem Needs Love & Belonging Needs Safety NeedsPhysiological Needs
  • Esteem Needs emotional (ego)• Confidence• Respect• Status• Recognition• Competence• Freedom respect for self through
  • Congratulations
  • Hierarchy of Needs B- Needs Self-Actualization (being) Needs Higher needs Esteem NeedsD- Needs Love & BelongingDeficit NeedsSurvival Safety Needs Physiological Needs
  •  Abraham Lincoln Mahatma Gandhi Albert Einstein
  • Self-Actualization Needs
  • • Potential• Acceptance• Morality B-Needs of the• Understanding Self-Actualized• Creativity• Inner Peace
  • Qualities of the Self-Actualized keen sense of reality - aware of real situations - objective judgement, rather than subjective see problems in terms of challenges and situations requiring solutions, rather than see problems as personal complaints or excuses
  • Summary Self-Actualization Esteem Belonging Safety Physiological