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Maslow's hiearcy of needs

Maslow's hiearcy of needs



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Maslow's Hierchy of needs
Maslow's Hierchy of needs

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Published by: mambablack on Feb 04, 2008
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Abraham Maslow, in 1970, made a pyramid describing our needs. He kept the dominotheory in mind while thinking of how he should set up the pyramid. We must feel that weare satisfied with our physiological needs before we can think of getting a roof. Havingthe feeling of being secured motivates us to seek love. Once we have accomplished theneed for belongingness then we seek for a better future which motivates us to set goalsand achieve something honorable in life. Once we have accomplished a settled life withlove and respect, we might then look to reach our full potential. Most people involved inthe hurricane Katrina went from higher-level needs to seeking lower-level satisfaction.Most people around that time cared about nothing but physiological needs, such as water,air, and food. After the storm left its horrific effects and people surviving started to besatisfied with physiological needs, they got motivated to climb the ladder once more andgo from lower-levels of needs to higher-levels of needs as described by Maslow.

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