Maslow theory of motivation presentation

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Maslow’s pyramid is a schematic hierarchy of all human needs. Back in 1943, psychologist Abraham Maslow described a pyramid of needs due to one simple goal: to understand what motivates people to perform certain actions.

According to Maslow, self-actualization is possible in those cases when all the previous levels of the pyramid are satisfied. Thus, firstly, a person should satisfy his/ her survival or physiological needs (such as food, clothes, reproduction, sleep), then other social steps. Self-actualization is the highest level of the pyramid.

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