Five Hierarchy Model Of Maslow's Hierarchy

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Maslow's Hierarchy is a five tier model of the basic human needs. Maslow thought that people were motivated to achieve certain needs, and that some needs were more important than others. The five tier model can be divided into two separate categories, Growth needs: Transcendence, self actualization, aesthetic needs, cognitive needs, and Deficiency needs: esteem needs, love and belonging needs, safety needs, physiological needs. Maslow believed that individuals must lower their deficit needs, before moving n to the higher level growth needs. This paper will describe that five tier model, and it will give an in depth analysis on what types of characteristics that are commonly found in the people who achieve those needs. This paper will describe…show more content…
The person seeking self actualization may search for it in many different ways, for some self actualization can come in the form of creating a work of art of literature, but for some it can be more mundane like, working in a classroom, or in a more corporate setting. It is important to note that self actualization is a continual process of reach towards those goals a person can have. Furthermore once a person reaches self actualization they experience a feeling of euphoria, and joy. While people who experience self actualization go through achieving it in their own unique way, they do share some certain characteristics, for example people who experience life like a child, full with absorption and concentration, are more likely to achieve self actualization; people who try new things, people who avoid pretense and stick to being honest, people who take to responsibility and working hard, and people who listen to their feelings in evaluating experiences instead of the general authority, these are all noted behaviors that are likely to lead to self actualization.(McLeod Saul…show more content…
These interactions are important, and not being able to form these connections can lead to loneliness, depression, and anxiety. Humans as a whole need to feel loved and accepted by other people, and the need for these relationships drives mot human behavior. (Cherry, Kendra 2018) Safety needs are on of the most complex tiers on Maslow's hierarchy, people like to feel incontrol and involved in their lives. Safety needs has strong connections to the behavior aspects of the hierarchy. The three basic safety needs are: Financial security, Health and wellness, Safety against accidents and injury. Finding a job, maintain health insurance, and keeping a liveable balance in a bank account are all examples of the basic safety needs all humans feel the need to
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