Established on Maslow’s beliefs on the development of the hierarchy of needs, Maslow reflected on these need as inherent, however not entirely biological. These requirements are more altered by learning methods and cultural requirements. Maslow noted 7 groups the first 4 levels are called deficiency needs that lack of an individual’s life. The 3 top levels perform growth needs, that involves the person’s desire to expand and develop devoutly to their sufficient potential. Expansion needs are possibly never saturated or completely fulfilled. The core of mallow’s theory is that the expansion needs can’t be contented before all the other requirements levels have been partly satisfied. Maslow states that the topmost growth need is the need for self-actualisation. It is a level that an individual can completely establish their individual skills and rare potential. We are born with an inherent drive to accomplish in all these levels of needs. The hierarchy introduces the needs that are below in hierarchy has to be partly content before the requirement that is above in the hierarchy to develop into essential sources of catalyst. In nature, people who employ most of their time trying to get access of food and water have limited or no motivation to be worried about less important catalyst, like how they show to others or how appealing their environment is.
The physiological needs-the need for air water, food and sleep.
Security needs-that includes wanting stability, money, home, persistent security from family and carer.
The need for love-that includes an exchange of giving and taking, the bodily and sentimental closeness between two people.
Esteem needs-appreciation from others, respect, formulation of a positive sense of self-worth and courage.
Cognitive needs-awareness and understanding, interest, investigating, being predictable.
Aesthetic needs-to appreciate and enjoy or appealing sensory and sensual impressions.
The need for self actualisation-that includes the scope to develop morally, mentally and religiously.