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Maslow's hierarchy of needs. Definitions and what work can provide. You'll need to use the same word twice. Crossword

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Located at the bottom of the pyramid. They are the basic human needs. They include food, shelter, warmth and rest. Without these, humans cannot survive. Physiological needs
People need protection from any form of danger and physical and psychological threats. Safety and security
Need for friendship, affections, and love. Love and belonging
The need to feel achievement, competence, independence, and respect from others. Esteem needs
The process of understanding oneself more completely and feel fulfilment in what they do. Self-actualisation
Adequate pay, subsidised meal and accommodation. Physiological needs
Job security and safe working conditions. Safety and security
Teamworking, good communication systems and social facilities. Love and belonging
Praise for doing a good job, awards and rewards for achievement. Esteem needs
Opportunities to be challenged, creative, solve problems and make decisions. Self-actualisation

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Crossword

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These are biological requirements for human survival, e.g. air, food, drink, shelter, clothing, warmth, sleep. Physiological needs
Protection from elements, security, order, law, stability, freedom from fear Safety needs
The third level of human needs is social and involves feelings of belonging. The need for interpersonal relationships motivates behavior Love and belongingness
Which Maslow classified into two categories: (i) esteem for oneself (dignity, achievement, mastery, independence) and (ii) the desire for reputation or respect from others (e.g., status, prestige). Esteem needs
Realizing personal potential, self-fulfillment, seeking personal growth and peak experiences. A desire “to become everything one is capable of becoming”(Maslow, 1987, p. 64). Self-actualization
A motivational theory in psychology comprising a five-tier model of human needs, often depicted as hierarchical levels within a pyramid. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Safety Needs and Physiological Needs Basic Needs
Esteem and Love&Belonging needs Psychological Needs
Self-actualization needs are also... Self-fulfillment needs
The first four levels are often referred to as deficiency needs
the top level is known as being needs
the damaging lack of material benefits considered to be basic necessities in a society. deprivation
suffering or death caused by hunger starvation
knowledge and understanding, curiosity, exploration, need for meaning and predictability. Cognitive needs
appreciation and search for beauty, balance, form, etc. Aesthetic needs
A person is motivated by values which transcend beyond the personal self (e.g., mystical experiences and certain experiences with nature, aesthetic experiences, sexual experiences, service to others, the pursuit of science, religious faith, etc.). Transcendence needs
Physiological needs are also known as... Biological needs
features of people's mental health considered collectively. psychopathology
single or separate individual
a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. emotion

Maslow’s theory Crossword

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What was Maslow’s area of development? all of them
What is the need to be a unique individual with self-respect and enjoy general affection from others esteem
What’s the highest of hid hierarchy needs? self-actualization
What is the the lowest of mallows hierarchy of needs on the pyramid? physiological
What is the basic need for security in a family and a society that protects against hunger and violence? safety
What was developed to describe the needs that motivate us all throughout our lives. Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Abraham Maslow developed how many stages of needs that motivate human behavior. Five
What is the need for belonging, to recede and give love, appreciation, and friendship Social
Maslow was the founder of what type of psychology? Humanistic
How many additional levels have been added to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs? Three
Maslow believed that basic needs should be met in order to move to a higher level.(True or false) true
Maslow’s theory is a what approach? constructivist
Maslow’s main concept was called what? Hierarchy of Human Needs
Once an individual has moved up to a new level, it is impossible for them to return to the previous level(true or false) false
Maslow based his theories on who? studies of his own children

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Word Search

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Maslow's hierarchy of needs Worksheet

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Food, shelter, warmth and rest. Without these, humans cannot survive. Physiological needs
Protection from any form of danger and physical and psychological threats. Safety and security
Need for friendship, affections, and love. Love and belonging
The need to feel achievement, competence, independence, and respect from others. Esteem needs
The process of understanding oneself more completely and feel fulfilment in what they do. Self-actualisation
Adequate pay, subsidised meal and accommodation. Physiological needs
Job security and safe working conditions. Safety and security
Teamworking, good communication systems and social facilities. Love and belonging
Praise for doing a good job, awards and rewards for achievement. Esteem needs
Opportunities to be challenged, creative, solve problems and make decisions. Self-actualisation

Human Growth and Development Word Search

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Acceptance
Adolescence
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Alzheimer's disease
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Emotional
Esteem
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Motivated
Needs
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Puberty
Right to die
Safety
Satisfaction
Self-actualization
Social
Suppression

Self Esteem Bingo

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Emotions
Motivations
Abraham Maslow
Self-Actualization
Self-Efficacy
Positive
Negative
Confidence
High Self Esteem
Low Self Esteem
Personality
Self-Worth
Self-Respect
Personal Value
Appearance
Beliefs
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Psychology chapter 1 Crossword

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Physical needs such as sleep and hunger Physiological
Private, unobservable mental reason Cognitive
the scientific study of behavior and mental processes Psychology
Educated guess about same phenomenon Hypothesis
A complex explanation based on findings from a large number of experimental studies Theory
Research Basic science
Using psychological principles to solve more immediate problems Applied science
A general approach to gathering info & answering questions so that error and biases are minimized Scientific method
Interested in the basic elements of human experience Structuralist
A method of self observation in which participants report their thoughts & feelings Introspection
Study how human and animals adapt to their environments Functionalist
A phychologist who studies how unconscious motives and conflicts determine human behavior, feelings, and thoughts Psychoanalyst
A psychologist who analyzes how organisms learn or modify their behavior based o response to events in the environment Behaviorist
A psychologist who believes that each person has freedom in directing his or her future and achieving personal growth Humanist
A psychologist who studies how we process, store, retrieve, and use info and how thought processes influence our behavior Cognitivist
A psychologist who studies how chemical and physical changes in our body influence behavior Psychobiologist
A branch of medicine that deals with mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders Psychiatry
A pyschologist who diagnoses and treat people with emotional disturbances Clinical psychologist
A psychologist who studies the emotional, cognitive, biological, personal, & social changes that occur as individuals mature Developmental
A pysychologist who is concerned with helping students learn Educational
A psychologist who may work in a mental health or social welfare agency Community
A psychologist who uses psychological concepts to make the work place a more satisfying environment for employees & managers Industrial
A psychologist who studies sensation, perception, learning, motivation, and/or emotion in carefully controlled laboratory conditions Experimenal

Maslow Wordsearch!

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Abraham Maslow Worksheet

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In which city was Maslow born? Brooklyn
Psychological belief for which Maslow is most well known. Humanistic Psychology
The five stage model that describes how people progress throughout their life. Hierarchy of Needs
The shape of the model that Maslow used to describe his theory. Pyramid
The events that cause us to either grow or slip backwards in life. Obstacles
Realizing your fullest potential Self Actualization
Achievement, competence and respect Esteem
Basic Needs life food, shelter and sleep Physiological
Need to feel secure and free from danger Safety
The year that Maslow was born 1908