Abraham Moslow Hierarchy of Needs

Abraham Moslow Hierarchy of Needs

Abraham Moslow created the famous hierarchy of need. He studied that beyond the details food, air, sex and water he brought other five important broad layers i.e. The physiological needs the need the needs for safety and security, the needs for love and belonging, the needs for esteem, and the need to actualize the self, in that order

1. The physiological needs.  These include the needs we have for water, sugar, salt, protein, oxygen, minerals, calcium, and other and vitamins.  They also include the need to balance temperature and maintain balanced pH.

2.  The safety and security needs.  When the physiological needs are taken care of, this second level of needs shows up.  You will become more and more interested in uncovering safe situations, steadiness and fortification.

3.  The love and belonging needs.  When physiological and safety needs are taken care of, a third level starts showing up.  You start to feel the importance relationships in general, even a sense of the society.

4.  The esteem needs.  Next, we begin to look for a little self-esteem.

5. Self-actualization The last level is a bit dissimilar.  Maslow has used a diversity of terms to connote to this level:  He has called it growth motivation and self-actualization.