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Humanism Theory

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Laura Thrower

on 15 November 2012

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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Humanism as a Psychological View Physiological
Needs Security/Safety
Needs Social/Love
Needs Esteem
Needs Self Actualization
Needs Examples: food for survival
shelter Examples: Do you feel secure in your home?
Does your health feel secure?
Are you protected from most accidents or illnesses?
Are you secure financially? Great...then you can move on to the next level! Examples: To meet this need, you must feel like you belong in your family or with a group of friends.
If you feel made fun of, neglected or ostracized, you may still need work in this level.
Do you feel like you can be loved for who you are? How to meet this need In order to feel respected, you must first respect yourself.
A good self esteem means you know you are valued and respected by others People with low self esteem may seek out fame or glory How can I work to achieve this level? Self-respect and self esteem come from a realistic sense of being the best you can be.
Decide to make improvements, but do not let negativity distract from your strengths "What a man can be, he must be." Self actualized people have realized their full life's potential.
They are free from prejudice, judgement, and hate. Deep contentment comes from doing what one is best at To find out how you are motivated go to the link below: http://www.lifescript.com/quizzes/personality/are_you_extrinsically_or_intrinsically_motivated.aspx References 1. D.M. Williams, www.lifescripts.com, Motivate Others & Help Yourself Using Maslow's Theory 2. Humanist and Motivation Learning Theory: Maslow, www.youtube.com Have these needs been met in your life? Good! Then you can move on to the next level... Can you move on to the next level?...Hmmm..
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