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Maslow's Heiracrchy of Needs

Where would you like to see yourself in Maslow's hierarchy of needs?

In addition, how has your environment, personality, others influences and your own choices reflected in any of Maslow's hierarchy of needs?

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1. Where would you like to see yourself in Maslow's hierarchy of needs? In addition, how has your environment, personality, others influences and your own choices reflected in any of Maslow's hierarchy of needs?

This question is asking you to analyze yourself and where you consider yourself on the hierarchy of needs. To help with this, let's look at the five needs and WHERE YOU MIGHT HAVE HAD THESE NEEDS MET, and then an example to consider that assumes you are in the self-esteem needs level. According to Maslow, the basic human needs are as follows:

? Physiological Needs: "These are biological needs. They consist of needs for oxygen, food, water, and a relatively constant body temperature. They are the strongest needs because if a person were deprived of all needs, the physiological ones would come first in the person's search for satisfaction." (1) Perhaps you met these through your parents initially. When in college a person makes decisions on how to meet these needs, such as what food to eat and drink, etc.

? Safety Needs : "When all physiological needs are satisfied and are no longer controlling thoughts and behaviors, then the needs for ...

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By example, this solution explores where a person is on the hierarchy of needs proposed by Maslow, and how other influences in relation to meeting these needs.

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