Maslow’s Hierarchy ofHuman NeedsAbraham Harold Maslow  “According to Maslows theory, all  needs have a certain priority. N...
What are Maslow’s HumanNeeds?             Can you guess                                     what Maslow’s                 ...
Physical needs                               What did Maslow mean by                                   physical needs?   ...
Physical needs   In your learning log, consider these    questions? Write your answers in    complete sentences.       A...
Safety and Security Needs   Staying well, avoiding being ill   Avoiding danger             How do these                 ...
Safety and Security Needs   In the ordinary American adult, this set    of needs manifests itself in the form of    our u...
Love and Acceptance Needs   Friends, sweetheart, children,    affectionate relationships in general,    even a sense of c...
The Esteem needs   Self-esteem       The need for the respect of others, the        need for status, fame, glory, recogn...
Self-actualization   According to Maslow, only a small    percentage of the world’s population is    truly, predominantly...
Self-actualization   Knowledge and appreciation of beauty, goodness,    freedom and a realistic view and acceptance of se...
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1.01 maslowæs hierarchy of needs

  1. 1. Maslow’s Hierarchy ofHuman NeedsAbraham Harold Maslow “According to Maslows theory, all needs have a certain priority. Needs of one level must at least partially fulfilled before a person can realize higher needs.” (Ryder/Decker, 391)
  2. 2. What are Maslow’s HumanNeeds? Can you guess what Maslow’s levels of needs are? Self-actualization Esteem Needs Love and Acceptance Needs Safety and Security Needs Physical Needs
  3. 3. Physical needs What did Maslow mean by physical needs? Food What physical needs do every person have? Water Air Shelter ClothingThese items are essential for good health and well- being, and for continuation of life.
  4. 4. Physical needs In your learning log, consider these questions? Write your answers in complete sentences.  Are you meeting these needs for your well being and good health?  Who provides these needs for you?  Could you provide these needs for a baby?
  5. 5. Safety and Security Needs Staying well, avoiding being ill Avoiding danger How do these safety and security Safe circumstances needs relate to you? Stability Protection Structure, for order, some limits
  6. 6. Safety and Security Needs In the ordinary American adult, this set of needs manifests itself in the form of our urges to have a home in a safe neighborhood, a little job security and a nest egg, a good retirement plan and a bit of insurance, and so on.  Which of these are met for you?  Which of these needs could you provide for a baby?
  7. 7. Love and Acceptance Needs Friends, sweetheart, children, affectionate relationships in general, even a sense of community What are some examples of love and acceptance you see in your life?
  8. 8. The Esteem needs Self-esteem  The need for the respect of others, the need for status, fame, glory, recognition, attention, reputation, appreciation, dignity, even dominance.  Self-respect  Confidence, competence, achievement, mastery, independence, and freedom
  9. 9. Self-actualization According to Maslow, only a small percentage of the world’s population is truly, predominantly, self-actualizing.  Can you think of people who fit into the self-actualization category?
  10. 10. Self-actualization Knowledge and appreciation of beauty, goodness, freedom and a realistic view and acceptance of self and others. Reality-centered, differentiate what is fake and dishonest from what is real and genuine. Problem-centered, treating life’s difficulties as problems demanding solutions, not as personal troubles to be railed at or surrendered to.  Different perception of means and ends, felt that the ends don’t necessarily justify the means, that the means could be ends themselves, and that the means -- the journey -- was often more important than the ends.

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