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Basic Needs/ Nov. 2010

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Brian Barry

on 1 April 2011

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Transcript of Basic Needs/ Nov. 2010

Fun Freedom Love Power They are universal The Characteristics of the 5 Basic Needs: They are universal. They are genetic and in-born. They can evolve over time. They are our internal motivation. All behavior is purposeful to meet a need. Each of use is responsible for meeting our own needs. S Helping to create an environment where
others can responsibly meet their needs
will make a stronger group. What are the five basic needs? 1. Survival Survival represents the physiological needs of the body. Food
Clothing Our survival needs must be met before we can focus on our other needs. The other 4 needs are psychological. In no particular they are, This need drives us to mastery. The need for competence, skill, excellence, achievement. Basic Needs Choices
Expression Go where we want. Spend time with whom we want. Joy
Excitement Learning, Playing Games Humour This need drives us towards people. Family, Friends Teams, Hanging Out In Sum, there are 5 needs. One is physiological--> Survival The other 4 are Psychological:

Freedom Thank you. Qujannamiik. Merci Prezi By Brian Barry Special thanks to Diane Gossen, Joel Shimoji and William Glasser.
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