Abraham Maslow's Theory Of Human Motivation

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Psychologist Abraham Maslow stated that human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Maslow has created a theory of the hierarchy of needs which are presented in five levels. The first level of needs is physiological or survival needs, which are the basic and important needs in the human life. These are the needs of food, water, shelter, clothing, etc. The second level of needs is the safety needs, which is the need to be secure from dangers, safe environment, stability order and security. The third level of needs the love needs which grow by the group acceptance, affiliation, friends, and relationships. The fourth level of needs is the esteem needs, the need of personal worth, success and achievement. The fifth level of needs is the self-actualization describes about a healthy individuals prime motivation. Actualizing one’s potential becoming all one is capable of becoming, has no mental illness, satisfied in basic needs,…show more content…
Physiological needs are the physical requirements for human survival. If these requirements are not met, the human body cannot function properly and will ultimately fail. Physiological needs are thought to be the most important; they should be met first. Air, water, and food are metabolic requirements for survival in all animals, including humans. Clothing and shelter provide necessary protection from the elements. Once Chuck’s plane crashes, he drifts ashore to an uncharted island and briefly scans the shore of the island facing where he had washed up. He first addressed the need of safety and survival needs. To accomplish the safety needs he have built a shelter with a raft, on which he came on to the island, to protect himself in that unknown island. And for the survival need, he started to wander for the search of food where he found the coconuts, which are the main sources of food and water for

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