|Self Actualization: The Hierarchy Of Needs
|Diagram 1: Original model
|Diagram 2: original model
|Diagram 3: revised, expanded model
|Summary of Maslow's concepts - from
most important (primary) to the "less
important" ones (for survival):
Physiological Needs (primary - lowest
on pyramid). Specific hungers, food,
water; shelter; sex; air; general survival.
Safety Needs (2nd from bottom.
Security; stability; dependency; protection;
freedom from fear; anxiety; chaos; need
for structure, order, limits, etc.
Belongingness and Love Needs (3rd
from bottom). Love; affection; belonging;
need for family, friends, groups,
Esteem Needs (2nd from top).
Self-esteem (self-worth); esteem of
others; achievement recognition;
dignity; appreciation; self-confidence;
mastery of one's self and
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