Abraham Maslow (1971) advocates that a person’s motivation to meeting their basic needs is important to their development, because only when the requirements of lower needs are met then the higher needs can transpire.
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Slide 1: Background of Maslow's Hierarchy of NeedsMaslow's Hierarchy of Needs (HON) is a developmental psychology theory proposed by Maslow(1943)
Humanistic Science and Trancendent Experiences, By: A. H. MASLOW, Brandeis University
Maslow was president of the American Psychological Association in 1967
Organizes groups of human needs into levels in a hierarchical structure, forming a pyramid.
Slide 2: What is abraham maslow's hierarchy of needs: Pyramid of Needs
Slide 3: Maslow's hierarchy of needs Explained
Slide 4: Criticisms of abraham maslow's hierarchy of needs: What maslow missed
Slide 5: Why is maslow's theory criticized
Slide 6: Transcendence: My perspective
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