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Maslow’s HierarchyPhysiological needs – These are biological requirements…

Maslow’s Hierarchy

Physiological needs – These are biological requirements for human survival. Examples include air, food, water, shelter, clothing, warmth, sex and sleep.

Safety needs – Examples include protection from elements, security, order, law and stability.

Love and belongingness needs – These are the first of social needs, involving the desire for interpersonal relationships and being part of a group. Examples of these needs include friendship, intimacy, trust, acceptance, receiving and giving affection and love.

Esteem needs – Classified into two categories:

Self-esteem, stemming from dignity, achievement, mastery and independence.

The desire for reputation or respect from others, including status and prestige.

Self-actualization needs – Examples include realizing personal potential, self-fulfillment and seeking personal growth and peak experiences.

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